Gerry Elman

Elman Technology Law, P.C.

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With 42 years of varied experience as a practicing attorney, Gerry Elman was one of the first attorneys to work with computers and online information technology. He holds a B.S. from the University of Chicago and an M.S. in chemistry from Stanford, in addition to his J.D. from Columbia. After working in a New York City patent law firm, he practiced as an in-house patent attorney for a multinational chemical company. Then, as a Deputy Attorney General of Pennsylvania, and later as a trial attorney with the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Antitrust Division, he participated in civil and criminal investigations and complex litigation. Today, Gerry is the founder and for 27 years has been editor-in-chief of the legal journal Biotechnology Law Report. Since 1982 an avid advocate of computer-mediated communication, he served as the sysop for intellectual property/legal matters in the online forum on Ideas, Inventions & Innovations on CompuServe and taught online the course in intellectual property management at the University of Phoenix. Gerry represents clients for a variety of intellectual property and business matters. These include the preparation and prosecution of patents, the evaluation of adversely held patents, the registration of trademarks and proprietary names, the resolution of disputes through mediation, arbitration and if necessary, litigation, the conduct of intellectual property audits, and related technology law and trade regulation issues. He also serves as an expert witness on intellectual property matters.
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(610) 892-9942
Intellectual Property & Internet Business Law, PO Box 209 Swarthmore PA 19081-0209

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