Mike Ginsberg is an associate in the firm’s government contracts/public policy and intellectual property/technology practices. He focuses on export controls, trade sanctions and compliance, and intellectual property and technology-related litigation.
Mr. Ginsberg has experience in patent litigation and counseling involving a wide array of technologies, as well as experience in space satellite litigation, government contracts litigation, and commercial litigation. He also advises companies regarding compliance with US export control laws and trade sanctions.
Prior to his work in the law firm, Mr. Ginsberg served as the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement at the Bureau of Industry and Security of the US Department of Commerce. There, he advised the Assistant Secretary on a wide variety of export control issues related to the enforcement of the Export Administration Regulations, and he participated in international meetings with foreign export control agencies.
In 2002-2003, Mr. Ginsberg clerked for Judge Lee H. Rosenthal of the Southern District of Texas. He has interned in the aerospace industry for a major aerospace company and NASA. The focus of his industry work and graduate research was mechanical and structural design of spacecraft and satellite systems, with special emphasis on composite structures.
During law school, Mr. Ginsberg published a recent legislation piece, HMO Grievance Processes, in the Harvard Journal on Legislation.