Brian S. S. Auerbach

Brian S. S. Auerbach

Practice Areas
Education
  • Temple University’s Beasley School of Law
  • Vanderbilt University
Bar Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • USPTO

Brian S. S. Auerbach Associate

Wilmington: 302.394.6002   E: bauerbach@panitchlaw.com

Brian S.S. Auerbach is an experienced intellectual property attorney with a background in biomedical and electrical engineering and experience in intellectual property litigation and prosecution.

While Brian’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, he also prosecutes foreign and domestic patent applications and provides patentability, freedom-to-operate, and patent invalidity opinions. His areas of expertise include medical device technology, software-based applications, wearable electronics, and general electronic systems. He also is experienced in trademark prosecution, copyright management, and trade secret protection.

Brian brings extensive transactional skills to the firm beyond his patent practice. He is experienced in software licensing and terms of service agreements, general technology transactions, ownership and authorship agreements, and technology services agreements. He frequently provides intellectual property portfolio management and enforcement counseling to both established and start-up companies.

Brian received his law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering and a master’s degree in philosophy from Vanderbilt University.

He also dedicates time to pro bono and nonprofit service. He is a volunteer attorney for the Support Center for Child Advocates and serves as president of the board of directors for Singing City.

Memberships

  • Volunteer attorney for the Support Center for Child Advocates
  • Board of directors for Singing City

Articles & Presentations

Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel Welcomes New IP Attorney // October 10, 2017
Brian Auerbach focuses his practice on U.S. and international intellectual property litigation Read more

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