Micheal Binns is a registered patent attorney practicing primarily in the area of intellectual property patent litigation. His experience includes the litigation, counseling, and prosecution of all forms of intellectual property related to a variety of technologies and industries in biotechnology, chemical, pharmaceutical, and telecommunications arts.
Micheal also has significant trial experience involving Hatch-Waxman litigation, including preparing fact and expert witnesses for trial testimony and for cross-examination. He prides himself on providing clients with a competitive advantage in sophisticated intellectual property matters.
Prior to practicing law, Micheal taught mathematics, biology, and chemistry at City Harvest Christian Academy in Yonkers, New York. While attending law school, he was president of the Black Law Students Association and a member of the Pepperdine national entertainment law moot court team. At Morgan State University, he served as president of the Inter-Residence Council and earned the title Mr. Junior Morgan State University.
Micheal is an active board member with the Spruill Center for the Arts in Dunwoody, Georgia.