Mircea Tipescu combines legal know-how and technical experience to guide clients through all aspects of patent protection and enforcement. He works with a wide variety of industries, including computer software, telecommunications, ecommerce, electromechanical devices, medical devices, clinical diagnostic equipment, mechanical inventions and automotive systems.
An accomplished litigator, Mircea represents domestic and multinational clients in both federal courts and the International Trade Commission. His experience includes bench and jury trials, summary judgment proceedings, Markman hearings, fact and expert discovery, motion practice and appeals. As a licensed patent attorney, Mircea also assists clients with patent prosecution and provides counseling on patent opinions, licensing, portfolio management, competitive analysis, and due diligence matters.
Mircea is known for his skill at working one-on-one with inventors and engineers to gain a deep understanding of the technology he protects. He looks beyond the current issues to learn the full scope of his clients’ business goals and industry challenges—enabling him to deliver creative, efficient solutions.
Mircea is an adjunct professor of patent law at The John Marshall Law School. He also served as an intern with the Honorable Randall R. Rader at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.