Mr. Chamberlain focuses his practice on domestic and foreign patent and trademark procurement, due diligence, portfolio analysis and strategic portfolio development counseling. His practice also encompasses infringement and validity opinions, as well as licensing and transactional matters. Mr. Chamberlain regularly counsels clients on patent-related issues arising during product design and development.
He has represented a diverse array of clients in a variety of technological fields, including communications-related electronics hardware and software, semiconductor device manufacturing, energy generation and storage systems, fluid handling systems, manufacturing systems, building products, medical devices, medical imaging systems, business methods, and consumer goods.
Mr. Chamberlain has also represented clients in patent litigations relating to sophisticated computer systems, wireless communications technologies, heavy manufacturing systems, medical devices, and consumer products.
Prior to joining Kacvinsky Daisak, Mr. Chamberlain was a partner at Duane Morris LLP. Before Duane Morris, he was in private practice in New York City at Pennie & Edmonds LLP. Mr. Chamberlain acquired nearly a decade of engineering experience while employed at Newport News Shipbuilding, where he was supervisor of nuclear reactor plant fluid systems engineering.
Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and admitted in New York, and New Jersey, Mr. Chamberlain is also a member of the American Bar Association, and the Order of Barristers. He is a 2000 graduate of the College of William and Mary School of Law and a graduate of Clarkson University (B.S., Mechanical Engineering) and Potsdam College (B.A., Physics). Mr. Chamberlain finished first in the 2000 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
J.D., College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law
B.A., Physics, Potsdam College
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Clarkson University
United States Patent and Trademark Office