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Steve Marsh

Patent Attorney
Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Steve Marsh is a patent attorney with the New York office of Dorsey & Whitney LLP. His practice includes a mix of patent prosecution (drafting and obtaining patents), opinion work on patentability and freedom-to-operate, IP litigation, licensing, and general IP counseling. The focus of his technical expertise lies in the physical sciences, particularly in materials science, semiconductor processing, metallurgy, mechanical and medical devices, and chemistry. He also has experience with software and business method patents.

Before entering the legal profession, Steve was a research scientist for over a decade at the U.S. Naval Research Lab in Washington D.C. He obtained his B.S. and M.S. in chemical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Ph.D. in materials engineering from RPI, working with Professor Marty Glicksman. His research focused on microstructural evolution, phase transformations, and crystal growth. Steve was the recipient of NRL’s Alan Berman Research Publication Award in 1996 for his work on statistical coarsening theory.


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