Scott Bertulli is an associate in the Litigation Department and a member of the Patent Law and Intellectual Property groups.
Scott represents corporate clients in complex patent disputes, and has litigated several high-profile patent infringement cases. He participates in all phases of the litigation process, including performing pre-suit investigations, analyzing infringement or invalidity contentions, managing expert discovery, drafting claim construction documents in support of Markman briefs and preparing for trial. He also has managed source code discovery for multi-patent cases and drafted protective orders regarding source code storage and control.
In addition to litigation, Scott handles patent prosecution and drafts petitions for inter partes review. His work has spanned a broad range of technology fields, including video encoding, end-to-end content delivery systems, video on demand systems, vapor mitigation systems, semiconductor device fabrication, power supplies, microelectromechanical systems and laser pumping systems.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Scott worked for several years as a systems engineer on advanced radar systems for Raytheon Company. There, he developed system and component requirements, as well as performance models for functional validation. He also worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory developing space situational awareness models and conducting noise analysis on charge coupled devices.
Scott is experienced in numerous technologies including antennas, power supplies and consumer electronics. His masters thesis focused on dipole phased-array antenna design and development of an array performance modeling tool.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Scott Bertulli