“I work closely with my clients to ensure them the best possible patent protection solution for their invention in view of the present relevant knowledge and the commercial application. A good patent attorney has strong grasp of the essence of the invention in order to achieve the above ”
Dr. Amir Rubinstein represents clients at various stages of business development – from filing provisional patent application to a private inventor, to advising patent and prosecution strategies, and on through writing patentability and freedom to operate opinions to established companies. His counsel encompasses a spectrum of fields, including pharmaceuticals, organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, catalysts and catalytic processes, materials chemistry, nanochemistry, polymers chemistry, green chemistry, formulations chemistry and medicinal chemistry.
When it comes to deciphering the essence of an invention, Amir adds value because he understands the scientific, legal and business aspects of every invention. He is experienced in varied chemical- and material- related matters, such as pharmaceuticals and nanochemistry, as detailed above – in both academic and industrial aspects. This allows him to advise his clients regarding the possible scope of the invention to be patented.
The suggested advice is tailored specifically for each client according to his requirements, for example commercial possibilities and scope of patent portfolio; the present scientific knowledge; and the legal aspects of the relevant jurisdictions. Via thorough understanding of the invention and of the relevant field, Amir advises better his clients in order to provide successful prosecution on behalf of his clients.
Prior to joining Pearl Cohen, Amir worked in the startup companies Qlight Nanotech (now part of Merck KGaA) and Gauzy in Israel, as an R&D chemist and a Senior R&D chemist, respectively.