David Leibovitch


David focuses his practice on the prosecution of utility and design patent applications, freedom-to-operate and invalidity opinions, and post-grant proceedings at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. David also conducts intellectual property due diligence investigations to assist with mergers and acquisitions.

David assists clients in various technological areas, in view of his background in physics, mathematics and computer science. By way of example, David has counseled clients in the areas of lighting fixtures and design, printing and image processing apparatuses, medical devices, personal hygiene products, floorboards, sports equipment, conveyor belt systems, automotive systems, heat exchangers, and food manufacturing processes.  David has also worked with inventions relating to electrical supply switching and safety devices, spectrometry and microscopy, solar panels, server management, computer-implemented diagnostics, network-implemented control systems, search engines and Internet advertising systems, and vehicle control circuits and systems.

David is Co-Chair of the American Bar Association (ABA)’s Design Rights Committee, and a member of the ABA’s Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) Task Force. He enjoys presenting on various topics of U.S. patent law to clients and colleagues in the United States and abroad. David is a native French speaker.

A good attorney knows the answer to a client's question.
A great one understands why they asked it.

      • Commonwealth of Virginia
      • District of Columbia
      • United States Patent & Trademark Office
          • The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2014
          • University of Miami, B.S., 2008, magna cum laude, Physics and Mathematics
              • American Bar Association Intellectual Property Section
              • Intellectual Property Owners Association