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Caleb Pollack is a Partner in the Patents, Designs, Patent Litigation and Post Grant Proceedings Groups at Pearl Cohen’s New York office. He manages and prosecutes utility and design patent matters for large and small clients, advises clients on worldwide patent prosecution strategy, and conducts post-grant proceedings including reexaminations and inter partes reviews (IPR). In addition, Caleb drafts licensing agreements, non-infringement and invalidity opinions, and manages intellectual property due diligence projects. Caleb’s practice encompasses a wide variety of technologies including microprocessors, cellular telephony, communications protocols, medical devices, mechanical devices (ranging from complex three-dimensional printers to barbeques), Internet security and commerce, and computer software and hardware.

Prior to joining Pearl Cohen, Caleb was an associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, and at Kenyon & Kenyon, both in New York City. While at those firms, Caleb worked on patent litigation, patent prosecution, and licensing. Caleb was also a patent examiner at the USPTO, and practiced as a computer programmer prior to attending law school.

Representative Cases:

IntroMedic Co., Ltd. v Given Imaging Ltd., Case No. IPR2015-00579 (filed January 16, 2015) (Not Instituted). Pearl Cohen represented Given Imaging, Ltd.

Prong, Inc. v. Yeoshua Sorias, Case No. IPR2015-01317 (filed June 1, 2015) (Pending). Pearl Cohen represented Petitioner Prong in the IPR of U.S. Patent No. 8,712,486 entitled, “Detachably Integrated Battery Charger For Mobile Cell Phones and Like Devices.”

Speaking Engagements:
“Patenting AI,” Webinar, September 8, 2019 


  • New York State Bar
  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office


New York University, J.D., 1997
University of Pennsylvania, B.S.E., 1990




Caleb Pollack and Nathan D. Renov, "USPTO’S Revised Software Eligibility Guidelines Give Applicants Hope and Examiners More Ability to Allow Applications", Pearl Cohen, March 12, 2019

Caleb Pollack: "Evidence of Improvement for Patentability", Lexology, 2019. Pearl Cohen, January 9, 2019

Caleb Pollack and Kyle Auteri, "Recent Court Decisions Clarifying Alice Have Improved Patent Applicants Chances of Obtaining Software Patents", Lexology, 2017. Pearl Cohen, April 4, 2017.

Caleb Pollack: "Software Patentability in the United States after the US Supreme Court’s Alice Decision", Pearl Cohen, September 9, 2014