J.D., Case Western Reserve School of Law
M.S., Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, University of Maryland
B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Missouri
District of Columbia
Mr. Bardenstein's practice concentrates on patent litigation, including significant work representing pharmaceutical companies in Hatch–Waxman Act matters. He has handled cases across the United States and has been heavily involved in all aspects of litigation, from pre-investigation work, to fact and expert-witness discovery and claim-construction proceeding, through trial and appeal. Mr. Bardenstein has done extensive pro bono work, representing veterans and low-income clients before federal courts and agencies, including arguing before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
He graduated cum laude and Order of the Coif from Case Western Reserve School of Law, where he also was the Executive Articles Editor of the Case Western Reserve Law Review and a member of the Jessup Moot Court Team.
Mr. Bardenstein has his Master's Degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where his research focused on characterizing platelet-bacterial interactions under dynamic conditions. He also worked at GE Lighting as an engineer in their Linear Fluorescent Lamp division.
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