Mr. Gorenstein has been engaged in the practice of patent law and other aspects of intellectual property law since 1972. His practice emphasizes all facets of representing clients with regard to litigation, negotiations, and licensing. Mr. Gorenstein has litigated, tried and/or settled favorably dozens of cases brought in U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission. He has also negotiated settlements short of litigation in numerous disputes. He has represented both patent owners and defending parties in disputed patent matters. A large part of his direct experience relates to defending against charges of infringement in a variety of situations and scenarios with emphasis on defending against charges of infringement of patents in the electrical and mechanical arts.
Mr. Gorenstein has represented parties in several appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Mr. Gorenstein’s responsibilities with the firm of Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP also include prosecution of patent applications in the electrical and mechanical arts including complex data processing and computer systems, automotive and related technologies and a wide range of other subject matter and prosecution and client counseling relating to trademark matters.