Justin Beck has successfully practiced intellectual property law for more than 30 years, and has taught patent litigation and copyright courses in law school for the last seven years.
Before helping formation of the Beck, Bismonte & Finley, LLP law firm, he had been a partner at Skjerven Morrill for 15 years, specializing in patent and copyright litigation and headed that firm’s litigation department. Previously, he had been in-house counsel for two Silicon Valley technology companies, performing litigation and licensing efforts. Justin has had success handling patent and copyright disputes in a broad range of technologies, including wafer processing machinery, computer systems, memory devices, microprocessors, software, and medical devices.
Since 1999, he has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, teaching patent litigation and copyright. He writes on intellectual property matters for several legal publications. He participates in competitive bridge and enjoys sports and his dogs in his free time.
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