Timothy J. Weber provides seasoned logistical and technical support to Marshall, Gerstein & Borun’s litigation practice. While the bulk of his 15-year legal career has focused on litigation across a wide array of disciplines, Mr. Weber also has significant experience in patent interference, trademark opposition, and inter partes review proceedings in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Weber thrives in the pressure-cooker atmosphere of complex litigation, but is equally comfortable managing contract attorney teams, rolling document production, Federal Circuit appeals and other long-term projects. Mr. Weber has utilized multiple document review platforms and has a firm understanding of related front and back-end processes, which serves him well in coordinating projects with outside vendors. Prior to joining Marshall, Gerstein & Borun in 2007, Mr. Weber gained experience in the areas of class action, construction, employment, healthcare and securities law.
- Provided logistical support and completed special projects for trial team in litigation asserting client’s patent to block FDA approval of generic oncology drug.
- Assisted attorneys in successfully defending through appeal a biotech client’s patents covering tadalafil (the active ingredient in the anti-impotence drug Cialis®).
- Provided trial support to victorious attorney team defending an inventor accused of breaching his employee invention agreement.
- Analyzed and issue-coded opposing party’s production documents in patent infringement case.
- Oversaw multiple off-site contract attorney teams conducting responsiveness and privilege reviews of client data.
- Analyzed and collected documents at pharmaceutical client’s offices and coordinated multi-stage production of documents responsive to grand jury subpoena issued by Massachusetts Attorney General.
- Identified responsive company documents at client’s telecommunications security office in extended document review.
- Conducted interviews of client’s employees to gain understanding of document generation and retention practices of major generic pharmaceutical manufacturer.
- Drafted litigation workflow documentation and application instructional materials for presentation to various internal departments.
- Built, managed and maintained document database housing data produced by multiple parties in complex “mini Enron” securities class action.
Background and Credentials
Mr. Weber holds a B.A. degree in Anthropology from Lawrence University.
- Lawrence University (B.A.)