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Matthieu Hausig Associate

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Matthieu Hausig has extensive experience in patent litigation, patent portfolio management and patent counseling. He draws heavily on his training as a materials scientist to delve into the technical aspects of inventions and processes.

Mr. Hausig has experience in all aspects of litigation including discovery, preparing and rebutting expert reports and preparing trial and appellate briefs. He has litigated cases covering diverse technical fields such as medical devices, printing presses and microprocessor design. For example, he focused on the polymers in the raw materials used to make diapers; utility patents involved in manufacturing processes and equipment; the chemistry of batteries; the instruction sets of chips; and the design of blood glucose sensors.

In the area of patent counseling, Mr. Hausig has substantial experience in advising clients with regard to product and patent portfolio development. Within the context of their business plans, he advises clients on which patents are the most valuable, offensive and defensive prosecution strategies, and international protection. He works with clients at the design phase to identify roadblocks and options, and interacts daily with engineers to improve the marketability and protection of products. He is also experienced in assessing the patent portfolios and product lines of third parties, and negotiating licensing, acquisitions, joint development agreements and indemnification provisions.


Bar Admissions
  • New York, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
Education
  • Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York, 2000, J.D., Associate Editor, Fordham Intellectual Property Law Journal
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1996, B.S., Materials Science Engineering
Additional Languages
  • French
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