Michele C. Bosch
Michele Bosch's practice includes most areas of intellectual property law with an emphasis on portfolio management and analysis, due diligence investigations, patent interference proceedings, pre-litigation analysis, and strategic client counseling in the pharmaceutical, consumer products, chemical, and life sciences areas.
Ms. Bosch is a registered patent attorney with more than 18 years of experience representing domestic and international clients in ex parte and inter partes matters before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). She has particular experience in patent interference proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) (formerly the U.S. Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences), serving as lead and back-up lead counsel for clients in diverse technical areas, including pharmaceuticals, consumer products, life sciences, and agrichemicals.
Ms. Bosch’s diverse practice has enabled her to provide full service and complex strategic counseling to domestic and international clients with respect to U.S. patent validity and infringement issues, as well as matters involving patentability and priority of invention issues. Ms. Bosch is a also a frequent lecturer at U.S. and international legal and corporate seminars on a variety of patent law topics.
- Served as chair of the firm's chemical and metallurgical practice group, 2008-2012; and served as a member of the firm's management committee, 2004-2007.
- Adjunct professor of Patent Interferences at George Mason University Law, 2006-present.
- Listed in LMG Life Sciences as an Intellectual Property: Life Sciences Star, 2012.
American Intellectual Property Association
American Bar Association
Virginia Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association
Federal Circuit Bar Association
American Chemical Society
- Coauthor. "Unpredictability: Understanding the U.S. Enablement Requirement," CIPA Journal, March 2012.
- Coauthor. "Demystifying IP Due Diligence," Managing Intellectual Property, June 2006.
- "Being Prepared for U.S. Litigation Can Make All the Difference," Patent World, Sept. 1995.
- "Third Party Opinions—Traps and Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them," Federal Circuit Bar Journal, Winter 1994.
- Coauthor. "Willful Infringement: A Real Concern," Federal Circuit Bar Journal, Winter 1993.