Chicago, Illinois 60601
Howard E. Levin focuses his practice on all aspects of patent litigation and arbitration, strategic patent portfolio management, patent acquisitions, inter partes review, and counseling. He has represented foreign and domestic clients in patent matters before the International Trade Commission, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, and federal district courts across the United States. He has experience with a wide range of technologies and products, including microprocessors and DSP chips, cell phones and base stations, digital communications protocols and standards, error control algorithms, MP3 and digital audio, semiconductor manufacturing technology, and flash memory.
Howard is a named inventor on thirteen U.S. Patents. He invented the “Levin-Campello” algorithm widely known as the optimal method for allocating data in multicarrier communications systems. During his career as a research and development engineer, he was a member of a corporate patent committee. Howard also served as the standards representative to the International Telecommunication Union and U.S. national standards bodies for a product development group of a Fortune 500 company.
|Areas of Practice||1) Intellectual Property, 2) Intellectual Property Litigation, 3) Patent Litigation, 4) Patent Office Trials, 5) Patents and 6) Licensing and Transactions|
|Law School||University of Illinois, College of Law (J.D.,2005)|
|Education||University of Florida (M.S.,1994)|
|Bar Member / Association||IllinoisState Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Haynes and Boone, LLPq|
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David W. Marston, Jr. is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Intellectual Property and Litigation practices and is a member of the firm's Class Action Working Group. He handles all aspects of litigation from inception through trial and post-trial appeals.