David Kaplan has nearly a decade of experience with intellectual property matters, with a specific focus on patent litigation in a broad array of forums including U.S. district courts, the International Trade Commission, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and in trials before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Mr. Kaplan’s clients have included Volkswagen, Sony, Lenovo, Olympus, and Toyota, among others.
Mr. Kaplan has handled all phases of patent litigation for both patent owners and accused infringers for a wide range of technologies, from the filing of a complaint through appeal. He is also experienced with licensing issues and in counseling clients on the interplay between litigation and trial proceedings before the PTAB. Mr. Kaplan has been involved in more than one dozen reexaminations and inter partes reviews before the PTAB, and has represented both patent owners and petitioners in those proceedings.
While earning his undergraduate degree, Mr. Kaplan gained technical experience in mechanical and electrical engineering, and earned accolades for his work on aircraft propulsion and design.
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