Michael Dulin firmly believes that the best way to effectively represent clients in the areas of complex commercial and intellectual property litigation is to fully immerse himself in understanding the clients’ businesses and the products or services they provide. Michael's clients range from small, closely-held companies to some of the world’s largest Fortune 500 companies. His cases involve a variety of subjects, from pharmaceuticals and novel oil and gas exploration technologies to consumer electronics and medical devices. He routinely handles cases in a variety of jurisdictions across the country involving:
He also represents clients in cases involving sophisticated corporate transactions, particularly those dealing with intellectual property interests, including joint ventures, corporate mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, and derivative shareholder actions.
Michael has significant trial experience, including recent roles as first-chair counsel in jury trials, bench trials, and arbitrations for clients in diverse industries such as telecommunications, software, and oilfield technology industries. Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine recently stated that Michael is “a great communicator in court” and “is esteemed among his peers for his leadership qualities.”
His accomplishments as an intellectual property litigator have been well recognized. For example, he was recently selected to co-author the Local Patent Rules for the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. On June 4, 2014, the Court adopted a pilot program to implement these new rules. Michael was selected as the chair of the Intellectual Properly Section of the Colorado Bar Association. In that role, he led an organization of over 700 intellectual property attorneys. He has also been selected for inclusion in numerous lists of top intellectual property attorneys, including SuperLawyers, Best Lawyers in America, IAM Patent 1000, and Managing Intellectual Property Magazine IP Stars.