David E. Lansky is an associate in Hughes Hubbard's Intellectual Property practice. David has significant experience in multiple patent litigations, has managed a patent prosecution docket of over 100 patent applications, and has experience in analysis and drafting of noninfringement and invalidity opinions, drafting of requests for inter partes review, patent licensing agreements, and IP due diligence for mergers and acquisitions transactions.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard & Reed, David worked at a large general practice firm as well as an intellectual property boutique. He has scientific experience in chemistry and biochemistry. During his graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University, he synthesized novel porphyrinoid compounds that were models of the natural heme active site found in cytochrome P450. He also performed reactivity studies on the novel compounds. David's undergraduate research was in materials chemistry.
Rein, F.H. and D.E. Lansky, "The America Invents Act: Post Gant and Inter Partes Review in the Era of Biosimilar Biological Products," Food and Drug Law Institute Update (March – April 2012): 57-60
Mack, J., M. Bunya, D. Lansky, D.P. Goldberg and N. Kobayashi, "The MCD Spectroscopy of Corrolazines and Triazatetrabenzocorroles," HeteroCycles 76 (2008): 1369-1380
Lansky, D.E., A. Sarjeant and D.P. Goldberg, "Inverse Axial-Ligand Effects in the Activation of H2O2 and ROOH by a Mn(III) Corrolazine," Angewandte Chemie International Edition 45 (2006): 8214-8217
Lansky, D.E. and D.P. Goldberg, "Hydrogen Atom Abstraction by a High-Valent Manganse(V)-Oxo Corrolazine," Inorganic Chemistry 45 (2000): 5119-5125
Lansky, D.E., B. Mandimutsira, B. Ramdhanie, M. Clausen, J. Penner-Hahn, S.A. Zvyagin, J. Telser, et al., "Synthesis, Characterization, and Physiochemical Properties of Manganese(III) and Manganese(V)-Oxo Corrolazines," Inorganic Chemistry 44 (2005): 4485-4498
Lansky, D.E., P.Y. Zavalij and S.R.J. Oliver, "A layered tin (II) phosphonate, [Sn(C6H5O3P)]n.," Acta Crystallographica Section C 57 (2001): 1051-1052