Sean Gloth is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s New York office. He joined the firm in 2018. Sean’s practice focuses on IP litigation, with experience arguing cases before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”), the International Trade Commission (“ITC”) and various district courts across the country.
As a member of Quinn Emanuel’s Post-Grant Practice group, Sean has significant experience representing both petitioners and patent owners before the PTAB. Sean is also a member of Quinn Emanuel’s ITC litigation group, where he has represented complainants, respondents and third-parties at all stages of litigation, from the filing of the complaint through appeal.
Sean’s technical background is in computer engineering. He has litigated cases across a wide range of technologies, including genetic sequencing, key manufacturing, audio signal processing, digital imaging systems, database architecture and RFID technologies to name a few.
- Brooklyn Law School
- Loyola University Maryland/
(B.S.E., Computer Engineering, 2010)
- The State Bar of New York
- The District of Columbia Bar
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Patentees Should Consider Alternatives To IPR Amendments
- State Universities Rejoice: PTAB Recognizes Sovereign Immunity
- Federal Circuit Highlights Claim Construction in Patent Eligibility Analysis
- Federal Circuit Finds That Use of a Contract Manufacturer Does Not Trigger the On-Sale Bar Provision