Bruce Abramson possesses a rare ability to express complex analyses in simple English. His twenty-five years as an Intellectual Property consultant, an economic analyst, and an attorney have taught him to speak technology, business, and law with equal comfort. His decade-plus in litigation and regulatory settings has sensitized him to the unique needs of clients operating in adversarial environments. He employs these skills along several avenues:

  • As a consultant, he helps his clients navigate complex litigation or regulatory hurdles, value portfolios of intellectual property and other intangible assets and execute successful launch strategies and growth plans.
  • As a mediator, he helps parties cut through emotionally charged positioning to find rational, cost-effective solutions.
  • As a speaker, he combines information and entertainment to tailor presentations on a wide variety of topics to the interests and background of his audience.

He is also active in relevant research, having written two books on technology policy aimed at a general audience, published extensively in the scholarly literature of Computer Science, Management, and Law, and had his article on admissibility standards for expert testimony named one of the year’s best by the Defense Law Journal.

Bruce earned his J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center and has a Ph.D., M.S. and B.A. in Computer Science from Columbia University.

Admitted to Practice
                             Professional Affiliations

USPTO
New York

 

Certificate in Mediation University of California
Hon. William C. Conner Inn of Court