Todd M. Oberdick

Todd has a wide and diverse practice advising clients in all areas of intellectual property law, including substantial high-end patent prosecution and opinion work in various technology areas, such as electronics, power tools, analytical instruments, and software.  Todd has extensive experience before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, having successfully prosecuted and argued dozens of appeals.

While in law school Mr. Oberdick served as a staff editor for The John Marshall Law Review and received numerous scholastic awards.


J.D., John Marshall Law School 1997
B.S.M.E., Lehigh University, Mechanical Engineering 1994


John Marshall Law School, Magna Cum Laude
The John Marshall Law Review
President of the Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association


State of Connecticut
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit


Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association
International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys


    • Section 112, Paragraph 6 – Means Claim and Limitation to Specific Algorithm – Is This a Stricter Standard Than Gentry Gallery and Related Mechanical Cases?, Pace Law Review, 2002-04-01



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