Dr. Martin Masar has varied experience in patent prosecution and litigation, with emphasis in the scientific fields of chemistry, pharmaceutical arts, nanotechnology and biotechnology. He began his career in patent law as a technical specialist and patent agent at an independent intellectual property firm. Martin has prepared and prosecuted patent applications for a number of clients from an array of technical fields, including nanotechnology-based mass spectrometry methods and apparatus, nanotechnology-based computer chip coolers, radiation therapy methods for cancer treatment, breathable polymers, fire detection systems, medicine dispensing systems and methods and dietary supplements.
Martin has experience in pharmaceutical patent litigation relating to the Hatch-Waxman Act and other pharmaceutical and cosmetic contexts, including participating in four trials, arguing motions, deposing fact and expert witnesses and preparing opinions, briefs and Paragraph IV Notice letters for more than two dozen pharmaceutical or cosmetic products. He has also been involved in antitrust and unfair competition litigations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Martin S. Masar III, PhD