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Sheridan Neimark

Sheridan Neimark, American lawyer. Bar: Virginia 1962, District of Columbia 1962, United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals 1963, United States Court Appeals (Federal circuit) 1982, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1973. Recipient Governor's citation State of Maryland, 1986.


Neimark, Sheridan was born on April 7, 1935 in Youngstown, Ohio, United States. Son of David and Anne (Kamisar) Neimark.


Carnegie-Mellon University (Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, 1957). George Washington University (Juris Doctor, 1961).


Worked at Browdy and Neimark (Washington, DC) specializing in United States. and International Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition Law. Admitted to the bar, 1962, District of Columbia. 1963-1982, United States.

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. 1973, United States. Supreme Court and United States. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.

1975, United States. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit. 1982, United States. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Listed in Who's Who's in American Law.

Co-Author: "Is There a Viable Doctrine of Non-Statutory Late Claiming as a Defense In Patent Litigation?" Volume L No. 10 JPOS 677 (October, 1968). Examiner, United States.

Patent Office, 1957-1962. Member, 1972-1986 and Vice Chairman, 1976-1977, Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council. Member, Advisory Board, (American Bar Association) Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter.

Member: District of Columbia Bar. American Bar Association. American Intellectual Property Law Association.

For over forty years our firm has advised, counseled and represented inventors, companies and governmental agencies, both domestic and foreign, in connection with both United States. and foreign intellectual property and related matters, and has procured domestic and foreign patents, trademarks, and copyrights.


Charter member Governor's Planning and Advisory Council on Development Disabilities, State Maryland, 1971-1986, vice chairman, 1975-1977. Member Legal and Human Rights Task Force, Montgomery County (Maryland.) Committee for Employment of Handicapped, 1972-1973. Board directors, co-founder Cmty.

Superior vena cava syndrome for Autistic Adults and Children. Past board directors Tifereth Israel Congregation. Member American Bar Association (member of advisory board developmental disabilities model legislation project 1977-1981, member of advisory board mental and physical disabilities lawreporter since 1979), District of Columbia Bar, Virginia State Bar, American Intellectual Property Law Association (member committee patent law 1965-1969, chemical practice since 1970), Maryland.

Patent Law Association, International Association Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, Patent Office Society, Autism Society American (national director 1973-1977, director MontgomeryCounty chapter 1970-1972, national Plaque awards 1972, 77), Maryland. State Society for Autistic Children (founder, director 1971-1973), American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, B'nai Brith.


Married Dana Ellen Perlzweig, January 5, 1963. Children: David, Rebecca, Matthew.