Mark G. Matuschak
Mark focuses on patent, trademark and trade dress litigation. He obtained the first-ever jury verdict of patent invalidity in the Eastern District of Texas, won a number of notable trademark and trade dress cases in the financial services, consumer products, and industrial design areas, handled precedent-setting trademark litigation appeals, and delivered quick settlements, summary judgment, or trial victories in patent cases across a wide range of technological areas. From 1984-85, Mark clerked for the Hon. Neil L. Lynch, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. Mark is a Master member of the Honorable William C. Conner Intellectual Property Inn of Court. He is also a member of the Boston Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (serving on both the patent and trademark litigation committees), the Dartmouth Lawyers Association and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association. Mark received his JD at Columbia Law School in 1984, and an AB, Government, Dartmouth College cum laude, 1981.