Samuel Brenner is a partner with Ropes & Gray, in the firm’s Boston office. He is a trial, arbitration, and appellate lawyer who has litigated intellectual property and complex commercial cases on behalf of a variety of high-tech and life sciences companies. Sam regularly represents clients in the federal district and appellate courts, as well as in front of the United States International Trade Commission, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and multiple international arbitration bodies. Honored by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly in 2020 for “excellence in the law,” Samuel Brenner counsels clients in matters involving litigation and licensing strategy, and is also experienced with patent damages, Standard Essential Patents and RAND/FRAND issues.
A Shift on Standard-Essential Patent Remedies? DOJ, USPTO, and NIST Issue New Joint Policy StatementSteven Pepe, Kevin J. Post and Alexander Middleton, Ropes & Gray Antitrust Alerts, December 24, 2019
Qualcomm’s “No License, No Chips” Program Violates Antitrust LawsMark Popofsky, Steven Pepe, Kevin J. Post, Samuel Brenner, Lance W. Shapiro, Nathaniel Hyman, Ropes & Gray, May 2019