Mark D. Marin
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Areas of Practice
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court
- District of New Jersey
- U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
- Syracuse University College of Law
- J.D., cum laude, 2001
- University of Miami
- B.S. in Biology, 1998
- American Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
- "Final Rules For Implementing The America Invents Act (AIA)," NM&M Intellectual Property Law Alert, September 2012
- "KSR v. Teleflex: The Supreme Court Announces a Modified Standard for Obviousness in Long-Awaited Decision," Intellectual Property Law Alert, June 2007
Mark D. Marin, an associate with the firm, devotes his practice to intellectual property law matters.
Mark spends the majority of his time preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications in technologies including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, consumer products, petroleum additives, process engineering, polymers, medical and dental products, adhesives and designs. He also drafts patentability, validity and infringement opinions, and conducts legal research in the area of patent litigation. Mark serves as Associate Coordinator for the firm’s New York City office.
Prior to his work at Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, Mark was an attorney for Exxon Mobil Corporation. There, he prepared U.S. and PCT patent applications, and drafted patentability, validity and infringement opinions. He also drafted and negotiated IP agreements, including licenses, joint development and confidentiality agreements; conducted litigation and licensing support; assisted in European opposition practice; and counseled clients on general corporate and intellectual property issues. In addition, Mark handled all intellectual property issues surrounding a $7 billon Gas-to-Liquids project in Qatar. He provided litigation support for a patent infringement lawsuit against the U.S. Government involving Exxon’s Gas-to-Liquids technology. He also assisted in the support and negotiation of a multi-million dollar patent license to an international oil company.
While at the Syracuse University College of Law, Mark was Executive Editor of the Syracuse Law and Technology Journal and a member of the Justinian Law Honor Society.