Josh Miller focuses his practice on trademark, trade dress, patent and copyright litigation, and post-grant proceedings. He has significant litigation experience including taking and defending depositions, analyzing infringement and validity, and drafting claim construction and summary judgment briefing. He has argued summary judgment in district court and has also been lead in multiple settlement negotiations obtaining client-favorable results.

Josh has worked with a variety of technologies including 3D printing, computer operating systems and hardware, computer software, medical devices, and mechanical hardware. He also assists in post-grant proceedings and manages a substantial copyright portfolio.

During law school, Josh worked as a summer associate with Wolf Greenfield, where he assisted in Internet domain name disputes, crafted invalidity arguments and worked on several litigation matters. He also interned for the Honorable Mitchell J. Sikora, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and worked as a research assistant for Professors Stacey Dogan and Wendy Gordon.

  • Currently represents athenahealth, Inc. in patent litigation involving software for the healthcare industry
  • Represented plaintiff in seven-figure enforcement campaign concerning product photography that included copyright and DMCA litigation before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
  • Represented Formlabs Inc. in patent litigation involving 3D printing technology
  • Represented computer manufacturer in successful defense of software patent assertion by prominent NPE securing a walk-away settlement
  • Represented Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Rencol Ltd. (Saint Gobain) in successfully defending all claims of Saint Gobain’s patent in an inter partes review proceeding (IPR2014-00309)
    • First inter partes review decision to uphold patent validity based on secondary considerations of non-obviousness

Josh teaches a course on constitutional protections and oral advocacy to sixth and seventh graders from the Dever-McCormack Middle School in Dorchester. The course is part of an after-school enrichment apprenticeship program that runs in conjunction with Citizen Schools and the non-profit organization Discovering Justice.

Josh has successfully represented multiple pro bono clients, referred from the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association, in their unemployment compensation appeals.

While in law school, Josh received the Dean award in Jewish Law and was awarded Best Brief for Boston University School of Law’s Stone Moot Court Competition.

In 2015, Josh received the President's Volunteer Service Award for his work with Discovering Justice, a Boston-based civic and justice education non-profit organization that teaches elementary and middle school students about the justice system, the role of law in a democratic society, and the fundamental importance of good citizenship.

Josh has been named repeatedly to the list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers.

Josh is an Eagle Scout, avid runner and veteran of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. 

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Josh Miller focuses his practice on trademark, trade dress, patent and copyright litigation, and post-grant proceedings. He has significant litigation experience including taking and defending depositions, analyzing infringement and validity, and drafting claim construction and summary judgment briefing. He has argued summary judgment in district court and has also been lead in multiple settlement negotiations obtaining client-favorable results.

Josh has worked with a variety of technologies including 3D printing, computer operating systems and hardware, computer software, medical devices, and mechanical hardware. He also assists in post-grant proceedings and manages a substantial copyright portfolio.

During law school, Josh worked as a summer associate with Wolf Greenfield, where he assisted in Internet domain name disputes, crafted invalidity arguments and worked on several litigation matters. He also interned for the Honorable Mitchell J. Sikora, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and worked as a research assistant for Professors Stacey Dogan and Wendy Gordon.

  • Currently represents athenahealth, Inc. in patent litigation involving software for the healthcare industry
  • Represented plaintiff in seven-figure enforcement campaign concerning product photography that included copyright and DMCA litigation before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
  • Represented Formlabs Inc. in patent litigation involving 3D printing technology
  • Represented computer manufacturer in successful defense of software patent assertion by prominent NPE securing a walk-away settlement
  • Represented Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Rencol Ltd. (Saint Gobain) in successfully defending all claims of Saint Gobain’s patent in an inter partes review proceeding (IPR2014-00309)
    • First inter partes review decision to uphold patent validity based on secondary considerations of non-obviousness

Josh teaches a course on constitutional protections and oral advocacy to sixth and seventh graders from the Dever-McCormack Middle School in Dorchester. The course is part of an after-school enrichment apprenticeship program that runs in conjunction with Citizen Schools and the non-profit organization Discovering Justice.

Josh has successfully represented multiple pro bono clients, referred from the Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association, in their unemployment compensation appeals.

While in law school, Josh received the Dean award in Jewish Law and was awarded Best Brief for Boston University School of Law’s Stone Moot Court Competition.

In 2015, Josh received the President's Volunteer Service Award for his work with Discovering Justice, a Boston-based civic and justice education non-profit organization that teaches elementary and middle school students about the justice system, the role of law in a democratic society, and the fundamental importance of good citizenship.

Josh has been named repeatedly to the list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers.

Josh is an Eagle Scout, avid runner and veteran of the Trans-Siberian Railroad.