David C. Radulescu, Ph.D., Partner

(646) 502-5951  |  david@radip.com

Publications and Lectures 

Recent Developments in IP Litigation in the Lighting Industry (Light Fair 2019, Philadelphia)

 

Obtaining and Litigating Patents in the LED Industry (Short Course) (Strategies in Light 2019, Las Vegas) 

 

Patents and Tariffs in the LED Lighting Industry (Light Fair 2018, Chicago)

 

Patent Issues Facing the Lighting Industry (Light Fair 2017, Philadelphia)

 

IP Issues Facing the Lighting Industry (Light Fair 2016, San Diego)

 

LED Patent Wars – 2012 Update (Invited Talk) (Brown University, August 7, 2012) IEEE Lester Eastman Conference on High Performance Devices

 

Patent Litigation & Licensing in the Compound Semiconductor Industry, 2010 Update (Invited Talk) (Troy, NY, August 6, 2010) IEEE Lester Eastman Conference on High Performance Devices

 

Patents In The Compound Semiconductor Industry: From Invention To Litigation (Invited Talk) (Newark, DE, August 6, 2008) IEEE Conference

 

Patents in the Organic Light Emitting Diode Industry (Invited Talk) (San Diego, CA, November 14, 2006) OLEDS 2006

 

The Federal Circuit's Narrowing of the Literal Scope of Patent Claims (Stanford, CT, October 2002) Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association Meeting

 

The Current Status of MBE-Related Patent Protection in the US (San Francisco, CA, September 2002) International MBE Conference 2002

 

Obtaining and Enforcing Patent Rights in the Semiconductor Industry (Troy, NY, November 2001) Guest Lecturer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

 

The Federal Circuit’s Narrowing Of The Literal Scope Of Patent Claims By Focusing On Embodiments Disclosed In The Specification (August 2000, Patent and Trademark Office Society Journal)

 

Obtaining and Enforcing Patent Rights in the Semiconductor Industry (Troy, NY, November 1999) Guest Lecturer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

 

Strategic Patent Considerations for Electronic Devices (August 1999) Cornell Workshop 1999

 

On The Merits Of Akamatsu (And Alappat): When Are Claims That Include Mathematical Algorithms Statutory Subject Matter Under 35 U.S.C. Section 101? (Sept./Oct. 1992, NYPTCLA Bulletin)

 

The Status of the Patentability of ‘Mathematical Algorithms’ After Grams and Iwahashi (Feb./March 1992, Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society)

 

Over 25 publications in the area of semiconductor devices and materials prior to attending law school in journals such as the IEEE Electron Devices Letters, Jour of Applied Physics, Applied Physics Letters, etc.

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