Greg Sobolski is an associate in the Intellectual Property Litigation and Supreme Court & Appellate Practices. He represents both patentees and accused infringers in the federal district courts and the International Trade Commission, as well as in appeals before the Federal Circuit.
Mr. Sobolski has experience at all stages of litigation, from pre-suit investigations to trial and appeal. He has assisted in the development of case strategies; managed discovery; taken and defended depositions; drafted dispositive motions, claim construction briefs, and appellate briefs; and assisted with various aspects of trial, including directing the testimony of an expert witness. Mr. Sobolski has litigated a variety of patented technologies, including pharmaceuticals (Hatch-Waxman ANDA litigation), biotechnology, biometrics, solar cells and photovoltaics, software, e-commerce and telecommunications.
From 2013-2014, Mr. Sobolski served as a law clerk to the Honorable Kimberly Moore of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. During law school, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Technology Law Review and received the Irving Hellman, Jr. award from the Stanford Law Review. Prior to law school, he held the Bioethics Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health, and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Cambridge Quarterly and Annals of Internal Medicine.
Mr. Sobolski received a BS in Biological Sciences with an emphasis on molecular and cellular biology.