Landin Boring focuses his practice on patent acquisition and counseling in the Chemical & Life Sciences industry area. He prosecutes patents for clients in the U.S. and abroad, and provides patentability, patent validity, infringement, and freedom-to-operate counseling to assist clients in business planning.
Dr. Boring has experience in a number of technical and legal areas, including molecular biology, immunology, diagnostics, microarrays, biomarkers, and medical devices. Most recently he worked as an associate with a Seattle-based IP firm.
Prior to practicing law, Dr. Boring was a post-doctoral fellow with Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute in Seattle, a staff research investigator with the Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco, and a molecular biology group leader at Xenogen Biosciences in Cranbury, New Jersey.
Dr. Boring was recognized as a 2014 Northern California "Rising Star" in the area of Intellectual Property by Super Lawyers magazine. He was also selected as a 2010 Washington "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers magazine.
University of Washington School of Law J.D. (2007)
University of Washington Ph.D. (1990) Molecular Genetics
University of Washington B.A. (1984) Zoology, cum laude
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member
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