Charlie Steenburg works with clients in patent litigation, trade secret cases and other contested matters. He has extensive experience representing clients in district court and also at the International Trade Commission, where he played a key role in securing recent successes for our clients Sony Corporation and BTG plc. He has also worked on a series of reexamination and inter partes review requests while coordinating related litigations and ensuring that the post grant strategy complements the litigation strategy.
Charlie previously served as a legal intern in the Connecticut Attorney General’s office, where he assisted with litigation arising from a quasi-public state agency’s loss of $220 million in Enron’s collapse. He also worked as a summer associate at Pfizer Global Research and Development, where he carried out organic chemistry synthesis projects as part of Pfizer’s efforts to develop cheaper and more efficient ways to produce drugs under development.
While attending Harvard College, Charlie carried out a series of research projects concerning atmospheric and computational chemistry.
"He is a brilliant attorney and a walking database of law and facts. He is skillful in applying that knowledge to create the most persuasive arguments through his writing and otherwise."
"Charlie Steenburg has a great mastery of the law, and when I have questions about legal issues I go to him and get the quick and accurate response I need. He’s one of the best legal resources I have now."