Michael Nullet

John Cox, PhD

Michael Nullet is a patent attorney with Womble Carlyle. He focuses his practice on intellectual property and patent-related disputes for clients in a wide range of industries. He advises and represents clients in all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation investigation through discovery and trial. Michael has represented clients in various U.S. District Courts, including New York, New Jersey, Illinois, and Delaware, and has particular experience in pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent cases.


Posts by Michael Nullet


The coupling of § 101 and § 112, and what it means for patent practitioners

A recent opinion by the Federal Circuit suggests that there will be considerable uncertainty about the respective boundaries of §§ 101 and 112 in the years ahead. In Trading Technologies …

Sections 101 and 112: Eligibility, Patentability, or Somewhere in Between?

Sections 101 and 112 provide their own separate limitations to the scope of patent protection in ways that are sometimes complimentary and sometimes contradictory... Inventors are motivated to maximize …