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Scott L. Bittman

Phone: +1 212.895.4223
590 Madison Avenue, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10022-2544

Scott L. Bittman is a counsel in the Intellectual Property Group in Crowell & Moring's New York office. He focuses on intellectual property litigation, inter partes reviews (IPRs), counseling, and patent and trademark procurement. 

Scott's litigation practice includes representing clients before federal district courts throughout the country, the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB), the International Trade Commission, and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has litigated cases involving a wide variety of technologies, including train control systems, email authentication technology, lithium based battery packs for power tools, Power over Ethernet (PoE), LCD panel manufacturing, automotive control systems, solar panel mounts, machine vision software, toothpaste formulations, electrical fittings, and web-based telecommunications. He has an extensive patent post-issuance review practice, which has included representing clients in all aspects of numerous IPRs. In addition, he has litigated cases related to trade secret misappropriation, trademark enforcement, false advertising, and unfair competition. 

As part of Scott's counseling activities, he assists clients with the evaluation of patents and trademarks of third parties and renders detailed opinions relating to patent invalidity, non-infringement, and unenforceability. He also advises clients concerning intellectual property procurement and enforcement strategies. His procurement work encompasses drafting and prosecuting patent applications relating to a variety of technologies and drafting and prosecuting trademark applications. He also prepares intellectual property licenses and performs due diligence relating to intellectual property issues in corporate transactions.

Prior to law school, he worked as a design engineer for a global corporation specializing in electronic monitoring, testing, and display instruments.

Scott also maintains an active pro bono practice. In recognition of his efforts, he has been identified as an "Empire State Counsel" by the New York State Bar Association.

Scott received his B.S., cum laude, in mechanical engineering from Tufts University and his J.D., cum laude, from Boston University School of Law.

Representative Cases

  • Siemens Mobility, Inc. v. Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies (D. Del., PTAB, Fed. Cir.). Representing Siemens in patent infringement actions, and in IPRs, involving train control technology. 
  • BOS Automotive Products, Inc., et al. v. Macauto Industrial Co., Ltd., et al. (E.D.Mich., PTAB).  Representing plaintiff BOS Automotive Products, Inc. in a patent infringement action, and in an IPR, involving automotive vehicle shade technology.
  • RPost, et al. v. Selligent, Inc. (E.D.Tex.).  Represented defendant Selligent, Inc. and many of its customers in a patent infringement action involving five patents related to email authentication technology. The case was successfully dismissed with prejudice. 
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, et al. v. Hilti, Inc. (E.D. Wisc., PTAB, Fed. Cir.). Represented defendant Hilti, Inc. in a patent infringement action, and in IPRs, involving lithium based battery packs for use in power tools.
  • Rowpar Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Lornamead, Inc. (D. Ariz.). Represented defendant Lornamead, Inc. in a trade secret misappropriation and patent infringement action involving toothpaste formulations.
  • Phoenix Licensing, L.L.C., et al v. General Motors LLC (E.D.Tex.). Represented defendant General Motors LLC in a patent infringement action involving mass marketing software.
  • Network-1 Security Solutions, Inc. v. Avaya, Inc., et al. (E.D.Tex., PTAB, Fed. Cir.). Represented defendant Avaya Inc. in a patent infringement action, and in an IPR, involving Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology.
  • Spread Spectrum Screening LLC. v. Eastman Kodak Company (N.D. Ill., W.D.N.Y., Fed. Cir.). Represented defendant Eastman Kodak Company in a patent infringement action involving halftone printing software brought by Acacia subsidiary. 
  • Anvik Corporation v. ChiMei InnoLux Corporation (S.D.N.Y., Fed. Cir.). Represented defendant ChiMei InnoLux Corporation in a patent infringement action involving scanning microlithography systems for manufacturing LCD panels.
  • Arlington Industries, Inc. v. Bridgeport Fittings, Inc. (M.D.Pa., Fed. Cir.). Represented plaintiff Arlington Industries in multiple patent infringement actions involving electrical fittings.
  • Weight Watchers International, Inc. v. Curves International, Inc. (S.D.N.Y.). Represented plaintiff Weight Watchers International, Inc. in an action involving trademark infringement and false advertising.
  • In re Certain Machine Vision Software, Machine Vision Systems, and Products Containing Same (ITC, D.Mass.). Represented respondents Fuji America Corp. and Fuji Machine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in a patent infringement action at ITC and district court involving machine-vision system software.   


  • Tufts University, B.S. (2001) cum laude
  • Boston University School of Law, J.D. (2005) cum laude


Admitted to practice: New York, Massachusetts (inactive), District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

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