Amster Rothstein and Ebenstein, LLP - Intellectual Property Law

Eric M. Eisenberg Counsel

Direct 212 336 8194
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New York, NY 10174
Eric’s practice focuses on intellectual property procurement, counseling, and litigation, including with respect to trademark, patent, copyright, false advertising and unfair competition matters. Eric is experienced with technical areas including the computer, mechanical and consumer product fields.

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  • New York
  • United States Courts of Appeal for the Federal Circuit
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States Patent & Trademark Office
  • Columbia Law School, J.D., 2008 (Columbia Business Law Review, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar for each year of attendance)
  • Dartmouth College, B.A., 2005 (magna cum laude, Computer Science and Philosophy Double Major)
Professional Associations & Memberships
  • New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA)
Honors & Awards
  • Selected to Super Lawyers Rising Stars, each year from 2014 through 2021 (Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Litigation)
  • Identified as a “Top Rated Intellectual Property Attorney in New York, NY” by Super Lawyers
Representative Matters
  • Successful prosecution of domestic trademark and patent portfolios before USPTO. Management of foreign prosecution based on international applications
  • Successful negotiation of amicable resolution to UDRP Internet domain name proceeding, which was brought against client by major appliance manufacturer, where client retained the disputed domain name
  • Intermetro Industries v. Enovate Medical (Successfully obtained finding during IPR of unpatentability of all instituted claims of two patents relating to computer desks. Decision affirmed by Federal Circuit)
  • Adama Makhteshim Ltd. v. Finchimica S.p.A. (During IPR, successfully obtained finding of unpatentability of all claims at issue, relating to a method of pesticide production, by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Decision affirmed by Federal Circuit)
  • SCG Characters LLC v. Telebrands Corp. et al (Successfully obtained dismissal, on motion to dismiss, of lawsuit for patent infringement)
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