Dallin Glenn is a director in Sterne Kessler’s Trial & Appellate Practice Group. Dallin has worked in many aspects of intellectual property law and frequently litigates issues at the intersection of intellectual property and agency administrative procedure. Dallin's work includes litigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and in district courts, post-grant patent challenges at the USPTO, drafting patent applications and pursuing global prosecution strategies, and providing opinions on intellectual property matters. Representative technologies include biologics, pharmaceuticals, polymers, semiconductors, electrical equipment, wireless communications, construction materials, abrasive ceramics, and automotive technologies.
Dallin has represented clients in more than a dozen high-stakes disputes at the ITC, and his strategic input and procedural expertise make him a valued member of the firm’s ITC practice. While attending George Mason University School of Law, Dallin interned for the Honorable Chief Administrative Law Judge Paul J. Luckern of the ITC, assisting the Chief Judge with an extensive docket of Section 337 investigations.
Before law school, Dallin researched bioethanol production from microbial catalysts using synthesis gas. His work involved optimizing yields, understanding enzyme pathways, and analyzing products using gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. Dallin earned his B.S. in chemical engineering from Brigham Young University.