Martin Gilmore is an experienced litigator focusing on intellectual property matters. He represents clients in patent, trademark and trade dress, trade secret and unfair competition matters, as well as in commercial disputes. Representative of his counsel are such recent successes as helping to obtain dismissal of a patent infringement suit against several video streaming pioneers, obtaining an injunction for a client in a trade secret dispute, and negotiating a favorable settlement in a patent infringement lawsuit for a consumer products company.
Martin has advised clients in an array of technical fields, including in semiconductor design, server technology, streaming video, smart phones, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, digital signal processing, digital cameras, media systems, wireless communications and networking, voice recognition systems and website design tools. Martin earned degrees in biomedical and electrical engineering, with a master’s in electrical engineering, all of which support his counsel on a variety of patent matters in the electro-mechanical, biological and chemical arenas.
Experienced in soft IP, Martin has also enforced client rights in trademark and trade dress disputes involving publishing, digital advertising, vehicle design and a variety of consumer services. His litigation experience includes leading a federal jury trial to verdict as well as representing clients in civil and criminal investigations.
Martin has maintained an active pro bono practice throughout his career, including multiple arguments and hearings in federal district court as well as successful appeals in the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and negotiated resolutions to family court disputes.