Robert Greene Sterne is a Founding Director of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Patent Office Litigation, the first and leading treatise on the new contested proceedings in the AIA. He has recognized expertise in AIA post issuance proceedings and concurrent patent litigation, reexamination, patent monetization, licensing and enforcement, USITC 337 proceedings, corporate intellectual property best practices including the chief intellectual property officer (CIPO), and Board of Director responsibility for IP. He has spoken and written extensively on these topics throughout the past 35 years. He specializes in electronics, computers, software, communications, semiconductors, wireless, medical devices, nanotechnology and business methods technologies. He is counsel in more than 65 contested proceedings and 150 reexaminations at the PTO. He has played a role in precedent-setting case law: In re Beauregard, (Fed. Cir. 1995), KSR (SCT. 2007), i4i (SCT. 2011), In re Jung (Fed. Cir. 2011), ETG (Fed Cir. 2012), Hear Wear (Fed. Cir. 2014). He is highly rated in peer-review lists and is the recipient of the Sedona Conference Award for Excellence in Advanced Legal Education (2004), Sedona Lifetime Achievement Award (2012) and Attorney of the Year "Good Scout" Award (2012).