Ropes & Gray (Boston)

Samuel Brenner

Ropes & Gray (Boston)

Samuel Brenner, Ph.D., is counsel practicing in Ropes & Gray’s intellectual property group, focusing primarily on patent litigation. Sam is an experienced trial lawyer who has litigated patent cases in district court and the United States International Trade Commission on behalf of companies in a variety of technical fields, including telecommunications, electronics, software and hardware, and semiconductors. Sam has significant experience counseling clients in matters involving litigation and licensing strategy. Sam’s practice encompasses all facets of litigation, from pre-suit investigation through formulating litigation strategy, managing discovery, taking and defending fact and expert depositions, claim construction proceedings, motion practice, trial preparation, trial, and appeals. Sam is also experienced with patent damages, Standard Essential Patents and RAND/FRAND issues.


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