Michael is a partner in Wiggin and Dana’s Intellectual Property Practice. He has negotiated, defended and asserted IP rights in the numerous federal courts. As an advisor, he has worked with both established companies and start-ups to obtain, evaluate value, license and develop patent portfolios and trademarks. Michael also teaches as an adjunct professor at his alma mater, NYU, as well as at New York Law School, addressing topics such as IP licensing, global patent litigation, patent exhaustion, and inequitable conduct.
Open Patent Licensing for Fun and Profit
A discussion on the evolution of technology licensing through the lens of the Defensive Patent License, Twitter’s Innovator's Patent Agreement, License on Transfer, and more.