Ethan Marks counsels clients in the areas of patent, trademark, trade dress, and copyright litigation. Ethan is experienced in all stages of litigation, from pre-suit investigation to verdict. He assists in the representation of clients before US District Courts and in inter partes review proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office. 

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Ethan was a litigation associate at Manion Gaynor & Manning LLP, where he represented a variety of corporate and individual clients in state and federal courts and arbitration proceedings.

In law school, Ethan served as Articles Editor for the Boston College Law Review and worked as a student practitioner at the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.

  • Represents defendants in patent infringement, trade secret, and fiduciary duty case involving advertising research software. Helped obtain summary judgment of no non-patent damages.
  • Represents defendant in patent infringement case involving interactive transcript software.
  • Represents pro bono asylum applicant in immigration proceedings.
  • Served as lead associate and supervised fifteen-attorney discovery team in commercial arbitration resulting in eight-figure award to client.
  • Represented artificial turf manufacturer during four-week patent infringement and false advertising jury trial.
  • Drafted inter partes review petitions and preliminary patent owner responses in proceedings involving semiconductors and shielded electrical cables.
  • Represented defendant in three-patent suit and inter partes review proceedings related to the CAD/CAM design of dental restorations, obtaining a favorable settlement for the client.
  • Represented plaintiff in four-patent case regarding accelerated networking input/output software and hardware.
  • Aided in various appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
  • Boston Bar Association, New Lawyers Section: Member of Public Service Committee; Liaison to the Business and Commercial Litigation Section
  • Duke University, Boston Alumni Association: Board Member
  • First Place, ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section Writing Competition
  • Award for Pro Bono Excellence, Boston College Law School

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March 23, 2017

Expectations For High Court Patent Exhaustion Decision



Federalism in an Era of International Free Trade: The General Agreement on Trade in Services and the Regulation of Insurance in the United States, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Vol. 50-1 (Fall 2014).

Indefiniteness After Dow: The Problem of Multiple Measurement Techniques
, Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter, Vol. 47-1 (Winter 2016).
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Ethan Marks counsels clients in the areas of patent, trademark, trade dress, and copyright litigation. Ethan is experienced in all stages of litigation, from pre-suit investigation to verdict. He assists in the representation of clients before US District Courts and in inter partes review proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office. 

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Ethan was a litigation associate at Manion Gaynor & Manning LLP, where he represented a variety of corporate and individual clients in state and federal courts and arbitration proceedings.

In law school, Ethan served as Articles Editor for the Boston College Law Review and worked as a student practitioner at the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General.

  • Represents defendants in patent infringement, trade secret, and fiduciary duty case involving advertising research software. Helped obtain summary judgment of no non-patent damages.
  • Represents defendant in patent infringement case involving interactive transcript software.
  • Represents pro bono asylum applicant in immigration proceedings.
  • Served as lead associate and supervised fifteen-attorney discovery team in commercial arbitration resulting in eight-figure award to client.
  • Represented artificial turf manufacturer during four-week patent infringement and false advertising jury trial.
  • Drafted inter partes review petitions and preliminary patent owner responses in proceedings involving semiconductors and shielded electrical cables.
  • Represented defendant in three-patent suit and inter partes review proceedings related to the CAD/CAM design of dental restorations, obtaining a favorable settlement for the client.
  • Represented plaintiff in four-patent case regarding accelerated networking input/output software and hardware.
  • Aided in various appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
  • Boston Bar Association, New Lawyers Section: Member of Public Service Committee; Liaison to the Business and Commercial Litigation Section
  • Duke University, Boston Alumni Association: Board Member
  • First Place, ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section Writing Competition
  • Award for Pro Bono Excellence, Boston College Law School
Federalism in an Era of International Free Trade: The General Agreement on Trade in Services and the Regulation of Insurance in the United States, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Vol. 50-1 (Fall 2014).

Indefiniteness After Dow: The Problem of Multiple Measurement Techniques
, Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter, Vol. 47-1 (Winter 2016).

Articles

March 23, 2017

Expectations For High Court Patent Exhaustion Decision