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Gregory P. Silberman

Kaye Scholer LLP

Palo Alto, CA, USA


Gregory Silberman is a patent attorney and partner in the Technology, Intellectual Property & Outsourcing Group in Kaye Scholer’s Palo Alto Office. His practice emphasizes the representation of domestic and foreign clients in the legal and business issues related to the development and deployment of business, information technology and entertainment, software, technology and services. His practice includes technology and content development and licensing, Internet and privacy-related issues and technologies, and complex technology transactions, including strategic intellectual property management and multinational outsourcing transactions.

Mr. Silberman counsels a wide range of technology companies on establishing and maintaining procedures to protect the company’s intellectual property through copyrights, patents, trade secrets, trademarks as well as business and technical solutions, and on avoiding infringing the rights of others. His legal and technical expertise provide a unique point of view for addressing novel problems with emerging technologies including complex open source issues, interactive entertainment, digital rights management and cryptography.

Mr. Silberman’s technology and software practice includes counseling and negotiating a broad range of development and services agreements including content and database licensing, software development, electronic publishing, advertising, co-branding, affinity marketing and sponsorship agreements. Mr. Silberman has counseled numerous clients in the development of terms of service/use, data retention, information technology usage and privacy policies. Mr. Silberman has represented hardware and software developers in the defense and aerospace industry in the development, enforcement and defense of intellectual property since 1995.

Mr. Silberman’s patent and licensing practice includes computer software and hardware methods and devices including database management systems, toys and games, data compression systems, interactive entertainment systems and devices. Additionally, he has prepared and prosecuted patents for business methods, including patents related to online entertainment systems.
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