Robin Levine Stoller focuses her practice in the areas of intellectual property preparation, prosecution and litigation, energy law, and environmental regulatory matters. She is a registered patent attorney and represents clients in matters pertaining to patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and unfair competition law and is a member of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Counseled inventors on full range of intellectual property rights, from invention disclosures to licensing agreements and negotiations
Collaborated with foreign patent associates to procure international and domestic intellectual property rights
Negotiated complex licensing agreements, joint development agreements, and consent agreements for global business
Designed and managed TSCA/EPCRA environmental compliance program for global chemical business
Led environmental audit team from initial response to TSCA and CERCLA regulations through audit and results presentation
Conducted product liability risk assessment for medical devices and other FDA regulated products
Evaluated environmental, health and safety compliance, and site contamination risks, and counseled clients about reporting obligations and compliance
Prepared and prosecuted utility and design U.S. Patent applications for electromaterials, chemical, biochemical, mechanical, and software inventions
- J.D. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- M.S. Case Western Reserve University
- B.S. Kent State University
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