In Martin Miller’s nearly two decades of intellectual property experience, he has assisted clients with a number of patent related matters. Martin has collaborated with numerous patent portfolio managers and inventors to develop both US and International patent strategies and drafted as well as prosecuted patent applications that implement the developed strategies. In addition, he has experience with assessing patents for investment purposes and/or non-infringement or validity purposes. As part of the Goodwin MedTech team, he looks forward to continue to apply his technological experience to the realm of medical devices.
Martin has worked with inventors in a wide range of tech industries, such as cellular communications, analog and digital circuits, home and business automation systems, industrial lighting, image evaluation and communications, and machine learning as well as Internet-of-things (IoT) technologies for consumer electronics.
Martin’s experience also extends to strategically protecting products through filing and prosecution of design patents, including designs for the ornamental features of graphical user interfaces, consumer electronic products and jewelry.
Martin worked as a patent attorney for several different law firms ranging from small to medium patent boutiques to a large general practice law firm in the Washington DC area since graduating from law school.
Martin’s relevant experience includes:
- Drafting patent applications related to the various technologies listed above as well as financial technology and medical device technology
- Handling prosecution of patent applications in large patent portfolios across multiple jurisdictions including Europe, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Canada and others with respect to the above listed technologies
- Providing due diligence review and recommendations for the acquisition of patent portfolios ranging in size from tens of patents to hundreds of patents
- Researching and identifying prior art references for invalidity and non-infringement analysis
After graduating from The Citadel, Martin worked in various engineering roles with the United States Department of Defense. After working at the DOD, Martin worked as a patent examiner for six years prior to becoming a patent attorney in private practice.
The George Washington University Law School
- District of Columbia
Martin has authored articles on a range of legal issues. His recent publications include:
- Author, “Responding to Novelty Rejections After Recent PTAB Ruling,” Law 360, July 2021
- Co-Author, “Approaching AI Inventions Under New USPTO Guidance,” Law 360, April 2019