Tufts University, B.S., magna cum laude, 1978, Tau Beta Pi
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S., 1980
Rutgers School of Law, J.D., 2007
New Jersey Bar, 2007
New Jersey Federal Courts 2007
New York Bar, 2008
Southern District of New York, 2008
Eastern District of New York, 2008
United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2009
Barry R. Lewin is involved in all areas of litigation, prosecution, and licensing regarding patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Mr. Lewin focuses his practice on prosecution and litigation of patents in the mechanical and electronic arts, including medical devices, optics, telecommunications, material science, robotics and information technology, as well as a wide variety of consumer goods. 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.
"Shaping Patent Law: The Standard for Invalidating Patents," GRR Intellectual Property News (May 2011).
"Shaping Patent Law: The Supreme Court and Assignments," GRR Intellectual Property News (April 2011).
"Shaping Patent Law: The Supreme Court and Inducement Liability," GRR Intellectual Property News (March 2011).
"Single Internet Sale to New York Address is Sufficient Basis for Jurisdiction," GRR Intellectual Property News (September 2010).
"How the Supreme Court's Bilski Decision Affects Corporations," GRR Intellectual Property Newsletter (July 2010).
"Patent Practice Note--Bilski as Applied to Methods of Treatment," GRR Intellectual Property News (November 2009).
"The Importance of Taking Care in Disclosing Information," GRR Intellectual Property News (June 2009).
"Future Directions for National Interoperability Testing for Network Integrity," co-author, IEEE, 1994
"SONET Equipment Availability Requirements", IEEE, 1989
"Common Channel Signaling Network Integrity Experiences from the U.S.," co-author, IEEE ICC 1993, Geneva, Switzerland
"Economic Reliability testing of Fiber Optic Systems," co-author, Reliability and Maintainability Symposium of IEEE, 1989
"An Approach to Developing an Infant Mortality Requirement for Fiber Optic Transport Systems," co-author, IEEE, 1988
"Loads Due to Forced Response of Random Inputs on Radial Trucks of Rail Passenger Vehicles," MIT, 1979