Chief IP Counsel
Chief IP Counsel
Mr. Stroud manages Unified Patents’ legal and corporate work, with a focus on Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), district court, and appellate litigation, contracting, general corporate matters, and settlement negotiations. He regularly teaches, speaks, and writes about patent and administrative law.
Previously, Mr. Stroud was a patent attorney at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett and Dunner LLP, where he was involved in some of the earliest post-grant review work. Before that, he examined patents on implantable medical devices at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Mr. Stroud has been published in the the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, the Administrative Law Review, the South Carolina Law Review, the American University Law Review, and the New Mexico Law Review, among others. Two of his articles have been selected as a “best IP article” by Thomson West, in 2014 and 2020, respectively.
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Deep Dive Episode 193 – Arthrex: The End of Patent Exceptionalism in the Administrative State?
An expert panel discusses the Supreme Court’s Arthrex decision and the effects it may have in patent and administrative law and the innovation economy.Listen to this podcast
Arthrex: The End of Patent Exceptionalism in the Administrative State?
An expert panel discusses the Supreme Court’s Arthrex decision and the effects it may have in patent and administrative law and the innovation economy.Watch this video