is a partner in the firm of Bergman & Song LLP.
He practices intellectual property law with a focus on patent
and trademark prosecution, licensing, and related transactional
Mr. Bergman is experienced in the preparation
and prosecution of domestic and international patent and trademark
applications. His practice includes the development of legal
opinions related to intellectual property rights acquisition
and enforcement. Mr. Bergman has secured proprietary rights
in a wide variety of electrical and electronic devices (including
a range of memory and photonic integrated circuits), control
systems, computer software, powder metallurgy processes and
equipment, synthetic coatings and fibers, chemical analysis
equipment and various mechanical systems.
Mr. Bergman holds a J.D., cum laude, from Suffolk
University Law School and both a B.A. (Government) and a B.S.
(Electrical Engineering) from Cornell University. Prior to
founding Bergman & Song LLP, he practiced law in Washington,
Mr. Bergman has a broad and practical knowledge
of science and technology. As a practicing electrical engineer,
he applied principles of automatic motion control and chemical
process control to the development of electronic control systems,
manufacturing equipment and medical diagnostic systems.
Mr. Bergman is actively committed to the advancement
of the legal profession. He is the 2005-2006 Chair of the
American Bar Association TIPS Solo and Small Firm Practice
Committee. In 2005, Mr. Bergman co-chaired an ABA national
CLE program in Chicago, Illinois entitled: Insurance and IP
Litigation. He was previously a member of the AIPLA China
Study Group (now the IP Practice in the Far East Committee),
and joined several delegations of that group to China. He
remains an active member of the AIPLA. In addition, he is
a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Boston Patent
Law Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Mr. Bergman is admitted to practice in
Massachusetts, New York and Washington, DC. In addition, he
is admitted to practice before the United States Court of
Appeals for the Federal Circuit and is licensed to prosecute
patents before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.