Barry I. Hollander

Barry I. Hollander

Of Counsel

Firm Practice Areas/Practice Groups

Client Counseling, Licensing and Technology Transfer
Interference and Derivation
USPTO Appeals and Special Procedures
Portfolio Management and Due Diligence


Engineer, Special Projects, Michigan Consolidated Gas Company – 1970-1973
USPTO Patent Examiner – 1973-1977 (analytical, chemical reactor, refrigeration, cleaning, and single crystal arts)
Patent Attorney – Private Practice – 1977 – 2007
Patent Attorney – Greenblum and Bernstein, P.L.C. – 2007-Present


Founded and managed a law firm in Fairfax, Virginia for eight years prior to joining Greenblum and Bernstein, P.L.C.

Served as In-house counsel for a major U.S. corporate client while in private practice.

Professional Associations & Memberships

American Chemical Society
International Trademark Association
Northern Virginia Patent Lawyers Association
Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society)
Phi Eta Sigma (National Honorary Society)
Phi Lambda Upsilon (National Honorary Chemical Society)

Representative Publications

Hollander, B. (2013) “How Safe is the Safe Harbor Provision of the Hatch-Waxman Act, 35 US.C. §271(e)(1)?” Journal of Generic Medicines:  The Business Journal of Generic Medicines Sector, June 2013; vol. 10, 2:  pp. 122-130.


Spanish (conversational)


University of Michigan, B.S. in Chemical Engineering (cum laude, 1969)
University of Michigan, M.S. in Chemical Engineering (1970)
Wayne State University, American University, J.D. (1976)


U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

Bar Admissions

1976, Virginia
1977, USPTO
1978, District of Columbia