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Background

Robert Ehrlich is a litigation Associate in Fish & Richardson’s Dallas office. He has worked on litigation in U.S. District Court, IPR’s in the PTAB, and disputes at the International Trade Commission (ITC), especially in the areas of patent eligibility and validity. He has also dealt with trademark and trade dress litigation as well as contract disputes. He has experience in appellate practice, having received an award for his  pro-bono contribution to the Federal Public Defender’s Office in its successful appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of United States v. Davis.

Mr. Ehrlich studied Chemical Engineering and has experience in the areas of process engineering, process control and process safety in the chemical, petrochemical, and pulp-and-paper manufacturing industries. He has worked on litigation involving a range of technologies including software, instrumentation, consumer electronics, and other consumer products. He also has prior experience in Texas administrative matters involving Oil & Gas regulation and permitting including Texas environmental regulations.

Prior to joining Fish, Mr. Ehrlich served as judicial intern to the Honorable Thad Heartfield of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and as an intern with the hearings division of the Railroad Commission of Texas.

Education

Texas Tech University School of Law 2019
J.D.
summa cum laude
Order of the Coif
Articles Editor, Texas Tech Law Review


Lamar University 2016
Chemical Engineering, B.S.
Minor in Chemistry

Admissions

  • Texas 2019

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications

Federal Circuit Takes Up Venue Burden IssueFish Litigation Blog (February 2018).

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