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Paul Weinand


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Paul is an intellectual property litigator who represents clients in federal District Courts, the US International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including pre-suit investigation, Markman hearings, fact and expert discovery, jury and bench trials, and appeals. Paul handles disputes involving a wide range of technologies, including consumer electronics, consumer products, artificial intelligence, and medical devices.

Prior to joining Mintz, Paul was an associate at two global law firms, where he represented clients in a wide range of IP litigation before federal district courts, the ITC, and the US Patent and Trademark Office.

While earning his JD, Paul was a student attorney with DC Law Students in Court, now Rising for Justice. He also served as a patent experience extern with the US Patent and Trademark Office and a litigation intern with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.


On August 24, 2023, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, in Volvo Penta of the Ams. LLC v. Brunswick Corp., Case No. 22-1765, vacated a Final Written Decision of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) holding all claims of U.S. Patent 9,630,692 (the “’962 patent”) unpatentable as obvious.

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