Barry LewinPatent Attorney
Barry Lewin is a partner with Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C. Barry’s expertise is Intellectual Property law, primarily in regard to the protection and enforcement of patents. Barry has considerable recent experience in obtaining protection for the functionality of software in various industries, including smart phone apps. Barry has written and prosecuted numerous patent applications in diverse industries including information technology, material science, robotics, mining, medical devices, sporting goods, and telecommunications.
Barry R. Lewin focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the mechanical and electronic arts including software-based and hardware-based inventions. Product categories include medical devices, optics, telecommunications, material science, robotics and information technology, as well as a wide variety of consumer goods. Mr. Lewin has recently obtained patent protection on several software-based inventions directed to use on mobile devices.
Prior to earning his law degree, Mr. Lewin was a Director at Lucent Technologies, Telcordia Technologies, and SAIC, where he led teams in intellectual property and new product development. Previously, Mr. Lewin was with Bell Laboratories, where he provided systems engineering services across a variety of telecommunications technologies. Mr. Lewin also chaired International Standards groups in telecommunications reliability and was named as a U.S. delegate for international telecommunications standards. He also has lectured and written extensively on transport and signaling testing and reliability issues. In addition, Mr. Lewin periodically lectures at engineering and law schools, and has taught math at the university level. During law school, Mr. Lewin interned for Hon. Judge Jose L. Linares, United States District Court, District of New Jersey, Newark, N.J.
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