Barry is Co-Chair of Greenberg Traurig LLP's Patent Prosecution Group and a shareholder in the Intellectual Property & Technology Department. Barry has more than twenty years of legal experience in all aspects of intellectual property law, including multidisciplinary litigation experience. He has helped companies of all sizes build and manage significant patent portfolios, develop in-house procedures, and formulate intellectual property strategies. He positions clients to gain a competitive advantage by identifying patentable subject matter and drafting claims in such a way that infringement becomes possible to prove.
Barry has wide-ranging experience in business methodology, a rapidly emerging area of intellectual property, and has provided counsel to some of the world's most innovative corporations, including a pre-eminent financial services organization, leading financial trading organizations, numerous leading health organizations, search engine organizations, media companies, and other financial institutions. He lectures widely on business methods patents.
Barry achieved his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, and his B.S. from Cornell University.
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