David Lindner is experienced in all facets of patent protection, including litigation, counseling, and U.S. and foreign prosecution. David applies his extensive technical background to safeguarding client innovation in telecommunication systems, computer networks, mobile applications, Internet, computer software, business methods, vehicle navigation systems, sensing technologies, speech systems, power meters, electronic circuitry, medical devices, and oil drilling machinery.
A tireless advocate for his clients’ intellectual property rights, David has litigated cases in federal district and appellate courts, and has appeared before the Patent Appeals and Interference Board (now the Patent Trial and Appeal Board). Clients appreciate his candor and commitment to finding practical, efficient solutions that let them focus on core business initiatives. David’s incisive opinions on patentability and validity often guide critical litigation and business decisions.
As chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, David is actively involved with various local legal-aid agencies, assisting pro bono clients with issues ranging from copyright matters to administrative housing decisions. Thinking forward, he works to help individuals and strengthen communities before small problems have a chance to grow.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David P. Lindner