Samuel Borodach practices in the areas of patent prosecution, strategic counseling, due diligence investigations, and post-grant proceedings such as inter partes review, as well as infringement and validity studies.
Samuel’s practice focuses on a wide range of electronic, software, and mechanical technologies, including semiconductor device and optoelectronic module design, device fabrication and packaging, integrated circuits, optical sensors and imagers, and medication adherence solutions. His clients include midsized and large corporations as well as startup and other early-stage companies. Samuel’s experience also includes various phases of patent litigation in U.S. District Courts, including jury and non-jury trials, as well as appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Samuel’s prior research experience includes work at the Columbia University School of Engineering (1987-1989) in fabrication of semiconductor devices and coupling of optical fibers and optoelectronic devices.