Nolan M. Goldberg is a senior counsel in the Litigation Department and a member of the Patent Law Group. As an intellectual property litigator, his practice focuses on patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation and counseling.
Nolan's work has included patent and trade secret litigations and negotiations concerning optical cross-connects; voice-over Internet protocol ("VoIP"); bar code scanners; computer networking; financial business methods and software, including securities settlement, fail management and trade execution and reporting software; data storage; handheld computers; least-cost routing; pharmaceuticals; cardiac electro-stimulatory devices and prosthetics. Nolan also has experience prosecuting patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in encryption, CMOS, HDTV, virtual private networks ("VPN"), e-commerce, XML/XSL, financial instruments, semiconductor electronics, medical device technology, inventory control and analysis, cellular communications, Check 21 and business methods. Nolan also has conducted numerous freedom-to-operate searches, written opinions, and counseled clients in the areas of bar code scanners, imaging, book publishing, computer networking, business methods, Power Over Ethernet ("PoE"), and digital content distribution. He has assisted in evaluating patents for inclusion in patent pools involving large consumer electronics and entertainment companies concerning CD and DVD technology.