Software, Information Sys. Department Team

Abraham Robinson

Abraham Robinson
Fax:073-7919100

Practice areas

Patent

Patent Attorney

U.S. Patent Attorney
B.A., Chemistry

Specific Expertise

Aseptic Fluid Delivery, Chemical Engineering, Communications, Communications Engineering, Diagnostic Methods and Technologies, Gear Manufacturing, High Tech, Internet-of-Things, Medical Sensors, Medical Technologies, MEMS (micro-electrical mechanical system), Mobile Devices, Semiconductor Devices, Photonics, Sensors, Sterile Containers, Wireless Devices, Wireless Protocols.

Experience & Background

Mr. Robinson joined Ehrlich Group in 2018 after six years in the IP group of a leading US firm.  Mr. Robinson’s experience encompasses all aspects of patent practice, including utility patents, design patents, patent preparation, patent prosecution, licensing, portfolio management, and patent litigation (U.S. district court, ITC, and PTAB).

Mr. Robinson has conducted advanced research in organic chemistry at the Weizmann Institute of Science and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He taught chemistry labs at Yeshiva University for four years while pursuing advanced religious studies.

Resume

2018 – Affiliated with Ehrlich & Fenster of Ehrlich Group as a U.S. Patent Attorney
2012 – 2018 Associate, Intellectual Property / Information Technology group at McCarter & English, LLP, Hartford, CT
2011-2012 – Judicial Clerk to Hon. Robert J. Cordy, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Boston, MA

Education

2011 – J.D., Boston University School of Law, magna cum laude

2008 – B.A. (Chemistry), Yeshiva University, magna cum laude, and rabbinic ordination

Academic Awards

Boston University School of Law – Boston University Law Review, G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar, Paul J. Liacos Distinguished Scholar, Edward J. Hennessey Scholar

Yeshiva University – Samuel J. Golding Scholar, Departmental Award in Chemistry

Voluntary Activities

While in Connecticut, Mr. Robinson served as president of the Bess & Paul Sigel Hebrew Academy, a community Jewish day school.

Admissions

US Patent & Trademark Office, Massachusetts, New York