Whitney Remily has approximately 20 years of experience as a lawyer and registered patent agent. Her practice focuses on patent prosecution, client counseling, and rendering patent opinions, as well as due diligence, portfolio management, and landscape analyses.

Whitney has significant experience with pharmaceuticals, organic and inorganic chemistry, agrochemicals, petroleum chemistry, catalysts, cosmetics, diagnostics, polymers, food products, nutritional supplements, cigarettes, fine chemicals, and medical devices.

Whitney previously worked at Merck & Co. as a synthetic organic chemist, where she was involved in the synthesis and development of pharmaceutical compounds.  She has a master’s degree in organic chemistry/medicinal chemistry from the Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, with a double major in chemistry and biology (biochemistry).

Whitney has lectured on topics relating to opinion writing, patent searching, patent prosecution strategies, and requirements under the America Invents Act.

Speaking Engagements

    Current Speaking Engagements

    Previous Speaking Engagements

  • MaryAnne Armstrong to present at the FICPI Open Forum

    MaryAnne Armstrong to present at the FICPI Open Forum.

    November 05 2020
  • FICPI Virtual Open Forum

    FICPI Virtual Open Forum

    November 04 2020
  • BSKB is a sponsor of the 2020 AIPLA Virtual Annual Meeting

    2020 AIPLA Virtual Annual Meeting

    October 22 2020
  • BSKB to present at FICPI’s “Connect, Share & Grow” series

    FICPI’s “Connect, Share & Grow” Webinar Series.

    September 30 2020

Articles

  • November 22, 2020

    Printed publications: an evolving doctrine

    by Eugene T. Perez | Printed publications: an evolving doctrine

    While the PTAB’s decision in Hulu provides some guidance for post-grant proceedings, there is still no bright-line rule as to what constitutes a “printed publication”. Eugene Perez of Birch Stewart Kolasch Birch examines current case rulings.

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  • July 24, 2020

    Washington, D.C. NFL Team Loses Race to the Trademark Office: Does it Matter?

    by Michael. T Smith | IPWatchDog

    In surveys throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area, three possible replacement names have emerged as favorites among the fans: Warriors, Red Wolves, and Redtails. Armed with the knowledge of the name change and the relative popularity of the possible replacement names, two enterprising individuals have applied to obtain a federal trademark registration for the marks WARRIORS, WASHINGTON RED WOLVES, and WASHINGTON REDTAILS, respectively. Neither applicant appears to be connected to the owners of the Washington D.C. professional football team.

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