Andrew Goldberg is a commercial litigator and registered patent attorney. He is licensed to practice law in Florida and California. In addition to litigating matters in Federal courts, he handles patent prosecution matters in support of the firm’s Electronics, Communication & Software Technology Practice Group and in support of the Medical Device & Life Science Technology Practice Group.
Mr. Goldberg earned a B.A. in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, cum laude, from Harvard University. He earned a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Boston University with a specialization in solid-state circuits, devices, and materials. Subsequently, he was awarded a J.D. from Cornell Law School with a concentration in technology and law.
Prior to joining Christopher & Weisberg, Mr. Goldberg practiced in a large law firm setting in the Silicon Valley region, where he advised major technology companies on patent and trademark portfolio strategies. He managed prosecution of patents related to telecommunications, including 3G, 4G, and 5G wireless communication technologies, and handled post-grant review proceedings challenging electrical circuit patents before the USPTO. Further, he handled various aspects of patent infringement litigation in Federal district court and before the International Trade Commission (ITC), including patent validity, infringement, fact discovery, expert discovery, claim construction, and source code review.
His technical areas of experience include digital, analog, and mixed-signal circuit design; radio-frequency engineering; wireless communications; signal processing; photonics; power electronics; semiconductor manufacturing; software engineering; computer architecture; cloud computing; cybersecurity; artificial intelligence; machine learning; biochemistry; genetics; and medical devices.