Philadelphia: 301.357.8390 F: 215.965.1331 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey W. Gluck is a partner representing clients in a variety of areas including patent counseling and opinions, licensing and transactions, interferences, patent prosecution and reissue, and reexaminations. He also assists on trial litigation and has been a lead attorney in appellate litigation.
Jeffrey specializes in sophisticated electrical and computer-related technologies, but his practice includes other technologies, as well. His litigation-related activities include matters before both U.S. District Courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission, as well as before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Jeffrey brings a wealth of broad-based experience to his clients, having worked as an engineer and researcher (including management), as a university professor and as a patent examiner, in addition to his experience as a patent agent and patent attorney. While focusing mainly on multi-user, digital, wireless and satellite communications, he has also worked in the areas of signal processing and control systems. A large part of his research centered on spread-spectrum/CDMA systems, including applications to cellular systems, In connection with his work, he is familiar with numerous standards including IS-95, GSM, cdma2000, and 3GPP, including LTE.
Jeffrey is admitted in Maryland and Washington, D.C., but not admitted in Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania practice limited to Federal matters.
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Panitch Schwarze Attorney Presents at AIPLA Mid-Winter Meeting // February 7, 2019
Panitch Schwarze partner Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck recently participated in a presentation entitled “Oracle v. Google – Getting More (or Less) Than You Licensed” during the 2019 Mid-Winter meeting of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) in Tampa, Florida. Read more
Oracle v. Google – Update // January 29, 2019
Oracle America, Inc. v. Google LLC is a series of related intellectual property law cases making its way through the courts for almost a decade, with the latest decision issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the spring of 2018, and discussed in our previous article published on June 14, 2018. On Thursday, January 24, 2019, Google filed a petition for certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court. Read more
Panitch Schwarze Attorney Co-Authors AIPPI Report // August 22, 2018
Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck co-wrote a report that examines ways that standards organizations and patent and trademark offices around the world can collaborate to share information Read more
Oracle v. Google // June 14, 2018
Oracle America, Inc. v. Google LLC has been dubbed “the World Series of IP cases” by one of the presiding judges. Others have referred to the dispute as the case that never ends. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), ruled in favor of Oracle earlier this spring, opining that Google had violated Oracle’s copyrights. Read more
Ethical Duties in Data Privacy // May 31, 2018
Dr. Gluck will discuss the ethical duties in data privacy. Read more
Panitch Schwarze Attorney Reappointed to International Patent Committee // April 20, 2018
Panitch Schwarze partner Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck has been reappointed to AIPPI’s Standing Committee on Standards and Patents. Gluck recently completed a three-year term on the committee and will now continue his service into 2021. Read more
Panitch Schwarze Attorney Speaks at IP Law Symposium // April 5, 2018
Intellectual property lawyer participates in annual Penn Intellectual Property Group event at University of Pennsylvania Law School Read more
Overview Of Reissue Practice // October 18, 2017
Mr. Gluck will discuss and provide useful tips regarding an Overview Of Reissue Practice. Read more
Panitch Schwarze Attorney Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award // June 8, 2017
Intellectual property lawyer given Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award Read more
Partner Jeffrey W. Gluck Attends AIPPI World Congress // September 16, 2016
Panitch Schwarze intellectual property attorney attends 2016 AIPPI World Congress in Milan, Italy. Read more
Panitch Schwarze Welcomes New IP Partner Jeffrey Gluck // July 10, 2014
Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP is pleased to announce the arrival of the firm’s newest Partner, Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck. Read more
Laxpati, M.A., and J.W. Gluck. "Optimization of a Hybrid SFH/DS MFSK Link in the Presence of Worst Case Multitone jamming." IEEE Transactions on Communications // June 1, 1995
Gluck, J.W., and T. Trandai. "Spread-Spectrum Group Access Disciplines for Multi-Access Broadcast Channels." Proceedings of the 1994 Conference on Information Sciences and Systems // March 1, 1994
Logsdon, J.B., and J.W. Gluck. "Fixed Utilization Perturbation Analysis," Proceedings of the 30th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control // December 1, 1991
Logsdon, J.B., and J.W. Gluck. "A General Approach to Perturbation Generation." Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems // March 1, 1991
Gluck, J.W. "Spread-Spectrum Group Access: Fundamentals and Preliminary Results." Conference on Information Sciences and Systems // January 1, 1989
Gluck, J.W. "Accurate Evaluation of Spreading Code Protocols for Packet Radio Networks." IEEE International Conference on Systems Engineering // January 1, 1989
Gluck, J.W. "Throughput and Packet Error Probability for Cellular Frequency Hopped Spread-Spectrum Radio Networks." IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, SAC-7.1 (1989):148 // January 1, 1989
Geraniotis, E.A., and J.W. Gluck. "Coded FH/SS Communications in the Presence of Combined Partial-Band Noise Jamming, Rician Nonselective Fading, and Multiuser Interference." IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, SAC5.2 (1987): 19 // January 1, 1987
July 29, 2020
Mark My Words! – Heed Patent Marking Requirements
Congratulations! You’ve just been awarded a patent on your invention, which you are now manufacturing or otherwise using. You want to be certain that you will be able to enforce your patent and to collect any damages to which you are entitled, should someone infringe it. Now what? Read more