Mark W. Taylor

Mark W. Taylor is partner-elect in Morgan Lewis's Intellectual Property Practice. Mr. Taylor focuses his practice on patent litigation. He has advised clients in all phases of patent enforcement matters, from pre-filing investigation to post-trial briefing, in various U.S. district courts and at the International Trade Commission. He has represented clients in a wide variety of industries, including liquid crystal displays, light-emitting diodes, computer hardware and software, cellular phones, digital cameras, medical devices, DRAM, and various semiconductor devices. Mr. Taylor has also counseled clients on management of patent and product portfolios, including providing freedom-to-operate, patentability, validity, and infringement analyses.

During his tenure as an associate at Morgan Lewis, Mr. Taylor has spent time seconded to the in-house IP Litigation group of a large information technology and consumer electronics client.

Mr. Taylor earned his J.D. from George Washington University Law School. While in law school, he interned with the patent and licensing department of the American Red Cross. Mr. Taylor earned his B.S., cum laude, in biomedical engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Mr. Taylor is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Virginia.


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Areas of Practice 1) Intellectual Property, 2) IP Litigation, 3) Electrical Patents, 4) Litigation, 5) Patent and 6) Patent Litigation
Law School George Washington University Law School, 2004
Education Virginia Commonwealth University, 2001, B.S.
Bar Member / Association State Bar Of District of Columbia, State Bar of Virginia
Most recent firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP