We are pleased to announce that David Boundy has joined the Boston, Massachusetts office of Potomac Law as a Partner in our Administrative Law and Intellectual Property practice groups.
David Boundy advises clients in strategic development of intellectual property as an integrated asset of the business, and synergizing intellectual property with legal, R&D, finance, and marketing. Mr. Boundy is listed as one of the 300 leading intellectual property strategists in the world. He has represented and counseled inventors, investors, startups, and established companies in intellectual property matters. The scope of representation includes patent prosecution, licensing, counseling to avoid litigation, opinions, financing and public offering transactions, due diligence, acquisitions, and spinoffs. His special expertise is in structuring startups’ IP portfolios to maximize financing. Special technological expertise includes computer hardware, systems software, and mathematically intensive computation such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and medical imaging.
Mr. Boundy is also recognized as an authority in administrative law as it applies to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and using administrative law as an alternative approach to obtain beneficial results from the PTO, particularly in Federal Circuit appeals from IPRs and PGRs.
Mr. Boundy has held positions as senior in-house intellectual property counsel for a billion-dollar company, partner in a leading Cambridge/Boston-area IP law firm and senior associate in two AmLaw 25 law firms practicing intellectual property and business law. He is also a frequent author and lecturer on patent and administrative law and software engineering and is often quoted in local, trade and national media outlets.
Mr. Boundy attended Columbia University Law School, graduating with Harlan Fisk Stone honors. Prior to joining Potomac Law, he was a Partner and Vice President at Cantor Fitzgerald.