Mr. Wolff has a broad base of experience
in intellectual property including involvement in all phases of the preparation and prosecution of patent and trademark applications
before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, participation in patent infringement litigation in United States District
Courts and appeals of patent cases to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, participation in patent related unfair
trade investigation at the International Trade Commission, participation in licensing negotiations, and advising clients on
various intellectual property issues. Mr.
Wolff also practices in the business law and wills, trusts and estates areas of law, along with providing pro bono assistance
in cases involving contracts and traffic accidents.
With respect to patent law, Mr.
Wolff prepares and prosecutes both design and utility patent applications encompassing a vast array of technological areas
including integrated circuits, semiconductor processing, electronics, telecommunications, computer hardware and software,
medical devices, electromechanical devices, mechanical devices, solar products, tools, dental products, and automotive products. Further, Mr. Wolff renders advice to clients on a multitude of intellectual property
issues including assessing freedom to operate, validity, infringement, and patentability.
Mr. Wolff has been a pivotal member of a number of litigation teams involving patent infringement and validity. One litigation included more than twenty patents. His responsibilities included taking
and defending depositions, preparing witness for depositions, working with technical experts, analyzing and drafting pleadings,
preparing and responding to document requests and interrogatories, document review and production, interfacing with client
decision-makers, engineers, and opposing and local counsel, and rendering advice regarding validity, infringement, and general
Mr. Wolff has taken a number of
cases to trial and won. Further, Mr. Wolff has been successful at negotiating
advantageous settlements for his clients in a number of other cases.
Mr. Wolff received a Bachelor of
Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Youngstown State University,
a Masters in Business Administration from Indiana University,
and a Juris Doctor from Indiana University. He is an active member of several professional organizations including the American
Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Intellectual Property Owners Association, the District
of Columbia Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, and the Virginia Bar Association. Mr. Wolff is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, North
Carolina, Virginia, and before the United States
Patent and Trademark Office. He also has been admitted to practice before the
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.