Benjamin E. Fuller concentrates his practice on corporate transactions, corporate operations and intellectual property matters for clients ranging from emerging growth businesses to large publicly traded corporations. He has significant experience negotiating and drafting licensing, joint development, technology transfer, non-disclosure and service agreements. Ben’s intellectual property experience includes providing domestic and international patent licensing advice, software licensing and intellectual property strategy. He has extensive experience in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering, telecommunications, medical device, and mechanical engineering.
Prior to joining Klehr, Ben served as Deputy General Counsel to Global OLED Technology LLC, a subsidiary of LG Display Co. Ltd where he was responsible for legal, corporate, and technical operations. Ben also worked as an attorney at Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads in their Philadelphia Office.
Prior to his legal career, Ben was a Senatorial Intern in the Office of United States Senator Joseph R. Biden, Jr., where he represented the Senator with constituents and activists.
Ben is also co-inventor of three U.S. patents.
George Washington University Law School, J.D. (2006)
George Washington University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, B.S. (2003)
US Patent and Trademark Office
Speeches and Publications
Client Alert: Top Five Take-Aways Regarding Protecting Your Intellectual Property, August 8, 2018