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Morey B. Wildes is a Partner in the Intellectual Property Group at Pearl Cohen’s New York office. Morey’s focus is counseling clients seeking patent, trademark and trade secret rights. He handles prosecution of patent and trademark applications, licensing of intellectual property rights, and opinions of patentability and freedom to operate.

Morey’s patent prosecution experience includes both US and international work, including work under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT). His experience includes a broad variety of products and complex technologies, including external and implantable medical devices, computer software and Internet application programs, digital signatures and cryptography systems, medical devices, chemical delivery systems, underground pipeline rehabilitation apparatuses, gas lighters, pneumatic devices, television/videotape conversions, children's toys, and sports equipment.

Morey also counsels and assists clients in product development, identification of inventions and protectable rights, and novelty determinations, including evaluation and analysis of competitors' patent portfolios and rendering opinions on the scope of patent claims, and validity of patents and infringement issues.

Prior to joining Pearl Cohen, Morey worked at Fish & Neave, Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C., and at Davidson, Davidson & Kappel, LLC, where he was a partner.


  • New York State Bar
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
  • U.S. District Court, SDNY
  • U.S. District Court, EDNY


Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1990

Columbia University School of Engineering & Applied Science, M.S. (Engineering Mechanics), 1987

Yeshiva University, B.A. Physics (cum laude), 1985


English & Hebrew


Co-author, "How to Prepare a Patent Protecting a Computer Implemented Invention: A Balancing Act Created by 35 U.S.C. § 112, 6," Practicing Law Institute of New York, Seminar (Sept. 1997).

Co-author, "How to Prepare a Patent Specification to Maximize the Protection of Computer-Implemented Inventions," American Intellectual Property Law Association: Advanced Computer and Electronic Patent Practice Seminar (May 1998).

Co-author, "35 U.S.C. § 112, 6 Limitations: Guidelines for Preparing the Written Description," presented at the American Intellectual Property Law Association: Advanced Computer and Electronic Patent Practice Seminar (May 2000).

Speaker, "Patents, Bridging the Gap: Intellectual Property," New York State Bar Association (Nov. 2005).