Eric M. Hinkes
Legal Policy Fellow, Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee
Eric Hinkes currently serves as the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) Legal Policy Fellow. Eric brings over 5 years of Intellectual Property and High Technology Law practice experience. Eric is a graduate of the Intellectual Property LL.M. program at The George Washington University Law School and completed his J.D. at Santa Clara University School of Law, receiving a High Technology Law Certificate. He is a registered patent attorney and also serves as an Assistant Editor to the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, having previously served as a Staff Editor of the Computer and High Technology Law Journal at Santa Clara University School of Law. In addition to his law practice experience, Eric previously served as a Legal Fellow to Congressman Howard Berman (28th-CA), then-ranking member of the Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property, and advised the Congressman on issues including Network Neutrality, Patent Reform, and Orphan Works.
- If Patent Litigation Is Strangling High Tech Innovation, When Will Congress Act?, May 30, 2013
- Will $Billions in Patent Lawsuits Kill Smartphone and Tablet Innovation? October 16, 2012
- State of the Net Conference 2012 January 17, 2012
Biography last updated May 22, 2013