Jeffrey Lubin is a patent attorney who over the years has come to appreciate that the inventor/attorney relationship, including regular communication, is the most fundamental key to success. First admitted as an attorney in 2007, and registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in 2009, he brings a blend of technical and legal expertise to his practice.
After earning a degree in chemistry in the 1990s, he went to work in the pharmaceutical industry for 5 years before beginning law school. Through his work as a R&D scientist, primarily involved with the development of pain management and anti-anxiety medications with various formulations and delivery methods, he honed both his scientific fluency and technical skills.
At Cardozo Law School, Jeffrey finished in the top of his class, was an editor of the Public Law, Policy, and Ethics Journal, and earned a concentration in Intellectual Property Law. He then began an exciting legal career with a focus on both patents and litigation. As an experienced litigator, he approaches every patent application with an eye towards a likelihood of having to enforce it years down the road.
In addition to being registered with the USPTO, Jeffrey is admitted to practice in 3 States, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania; based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, he practices in each. He also provides pro-bono legal services to his local synagogue where he actively volunteers as an officer and member of its board of directors.