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Background

Ethan Rubin is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on patent, trade secret, and other intellectual property litigation.  He has litigated in Federal District Courts, the International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.  Ethan is experienced in all facets of intellectual property litigation, including fact and expert depositions, motion practice, claim construction, pre-trial preparation and post-grant review before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.  Ethan is regularly called upon to draft and argue dispositive motions in Federal District Court.  His cases span a range of complex technologies, including computer networking and network security, digital image processing, data storage systems, and medical devices.

In his pro bono practice, Mr. Rubin represents clients in need of political asylum and immigration representation through the Kids In Need of Defense (KIND) organization and Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (PAIR).

During law school, Mr. Rubin worked at a corporation’s intellectual property department in which he prepared and prosecuted patents relating to data storage systems. Mr. Rubin also worked as a student attorney, advocating for local pro bono clients on various housing and family law matters.

Education

Boston College Law School 2016
J.D.
​Articles Editor, Boston College Law Review
​cum laude


Boston University 2013
Computer Science, M.S.


George Washington University 2011
B.A.
​magna cum laude

Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2015
  • Massachusetts 2016

Other Distinctions

Publications

Rubin, EJ, Shmuel, JA, Francis, TM, “Amgen Appeals Loss of Neulasta® and Neupogen® Litigation,” Fish Litigation Blog, October 7, 2016.

Rubin, EJ, and Shmuel, JA, “Court Orders Entry of Final Judgment of Invalidity in Ongoing Janssen v. Celltrion BPCIA Dispute,” Fish Litigation Blog, September 30, 2016.

Ethan Rubin, Unknowable Remedies: Albino v. Baca, “The PLRA Exhaustion Requirement, and the Problem of Notice,” 56 B.C. L. Rev. E. Supp. 151 (2015)

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