PHILADELPHIA (April 2018) – Panitch Schwarze partner Dr. Jeffrey W. Gluck participated in the Penn Intellectual Property Symposium “Open Source’s Impact on Innovation” on March 27. The program focused on how the open source movement has affected today’s technology-driven world.
Gluck participated on the “Open Source Licensing and Business Models” panel, which focused on a discussion surrounding open source licensing strategies and business models used by industry leaders. The symposium also featured Keith Bergelt, CEO of the Open Invention Network, as the keynote speaker. Four CLE credits were available for attendees.
Gluck specializes in electrical and computer-related technologies. He represents clients in a variety of areas, including patent counseling and opinions, licensing and transactions, interferences, patent prosecution, and re-examinations. He assists on trial litigation and has been a lead attorney in appellate litigation.
Gluck brings a wealth of broad-based experience to his clients and colleagues, having worked as an engineer and researcher, 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.
Gluck is also active in various bar association committees focusing on standards and open-source software.
About Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP – Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP is a boutique intellectual property law firm with offices in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware. The firm’s IP law practitioners provide strategic litigation, licensing and counseling service relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets, domain names and internet issues domestically and internationally. The firm’s long-standing relationships with a network of associates worldwide enable its attorneys and advisors to provide clients with global intellectual property advice and protection.