For more information contact:
Dennis Dean (414) 274-3003
MADISON – Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek, S.C., announced today that attorney
Gabriel S. Gross has joined the intellectual property (IP) and litigation
teams as an associate in the Madison office.
³With degrees in law, biology and a master¹s in biotechnology, Gabe
represents a new breed of IP specialist with the technical and scientific
expertise Wisconsin¹s technology community demands,² said Gina Carter, head
of the IP practice area in the Madison office. ³He not only understands
law, he understands the complexities of the biological and mechanical
sciences behind our clients¹ patent applications. In today¹s increasingly
complex intellectual property arena, a multi-disciplinary background is
essential. We¹re proud to have Gabe on our team.²
Gross will prosecute patent applications in the mechanical and biological
sciences and represent clients in federal patent, copyright and trademark
infringement cases. In addition, he will negotiate and draft technology
licenses designed to produce additional revenue streams for clients and
counsel clients on business strategies for protecting and managing
In his practice, Gross has represented corporate clients in federal court,
both enforcing and defending their intellectual assets in patent, copyright
and trademark infringement litigation. He has prepared, filed and prosecuted
patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a
variety of products. He has researched, analyzed and prepared patentability,
non-infringement and freedom-to-operate opinions. He has also negotiated and
drafted numerous IP licenses for clients seeking to resolve infringement
disputes and generate revenue from IP assets.
Gross is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin,
Dane County Bar Association and the Western District of Wisconsin Bar
Association. He is active in the Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law
Association and the Licensing Executives Society.
Gross is a 2001 graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School. He also
holds a B.A. in Biology, History of Science and an M.S. in Biotechnology,
both from the University of Wisconsin.
For more than 60 years, Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek, S.C. has played a leading
role in shaping the political, economic and legal landscapes in Wisconsin ‹
guiding their clients to successful outcomes. The firm, with offices in
Milwaukee, Madison and Manitowoc, has over 140 attorneys and paralegals
practicing over 30 areas of law.