- Associate Professor of Law
- 2000 H Street, NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
- [email protected]
Dmitry Karshtedt's primary research interest is in patent law. His legal scholarship has been published in the Vanderbilt Law Review, Washington University Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among other outlets, and cited in three of the leading patent law casebooks, a casebook on intellectual property, and three treatises. Professor Karshtedt's academic work has won several awards, including the Samsung-Stanford Patent Prize and the scholarship grant for judicial clerks sponsored by the University of Houston Law Center Institute for Intellectual Property and Information Law.
Before going into law, Professor Karshtedt completed a Ph.D. in chemistry from U.C. Berkeley and worked as a staff scientist for a semiconductor materials startup. He is a co-author on five scientific publications and a co-inventor on twelve U.S. patents. Professor Karshtedt received his law degree from Stanford Law School, where he served as the Senior Symposium Editor for the Stanford Law Review. Professor Karshtedt practiced in the Patent Counseling and Innovation Group at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and clerked for the Honorable Kimberly A. Moore on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Immediately prior to starting his position at GW, Professor Karshtedt was a Fellow at the Center for Law and the Biosciences at Stanford Law School.
AB, Harvard University; PhD, UC Berkeley; JD, Stanford University
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted in Bloomberg Law about how companies often lose in the Federal Circuit when they sue on genus claims.
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted in The National Law Journal on what happens next after SCOTUS granted cert in USPTO appointments clause cases.
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted by Bloomberg Law about how a Federal Circuit decision could lead to changes for the generic drug industry.
Dmitry Karshtedt is quoted in Law.com about whether member-supported organizations will be blocked from invoking the AIA in future cases.
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