Mitchell Feller is a principle at the New York law firm of Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C., an intellectual property (IP) boutique founded in 1970. For more than 20 years, Mr. Feller has worked with technology companies of all sizes to protect their inventions and other IP. A large part of his practice focuses on patent matters, including prosecution, litigation, offensive and defensive portfolio analysis and development, risk assessment and product clearance, and strategic IP counseling. Many of his clients are in the computer hardware and software industry.
Mr. Feller has B.S. and M.S degrees in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and received his law degree from New York University in 1996. Before becoming a lawyer, he worked as a computer design engineer at IBM where he was responsible for analyzing new computer designs and developing software simulation packages for the designs.
Mr. Feller has spoken and written articles on a variety of patent and IP issues, including video game IP, patenting block chain technology, protection of computer related inventions, and best IP practices for small companies and startups. He also volunteers as an IP mentor at a clean technology startup accelerator group.