The IAM Strategy 300 focuses exclusively on patent practitioners and has firmly established itself as the definitive 'go-to' resource for those seeking world-class legal patent expertise.
“Excellent patent advisor” Nicholas Stabinsky enjoys a broad practice that gives him a big-picture perspective and vast skill set. He has a keen sense for commercialisation opportunities and brings high-value deals to a close with sophistication.
Nicholas Stabinsky is a partner of Crown Point Transactions LLC, which focuses on IP strategic and life-cycle advisory as well as all aspects of monetising intellectual property, including acquisitions, sales, licensing, litigation and investment.
Mr Stabinsky has more than 18 years of experience consulting for Fortune 500 companies on both tactical and strategic IP issues. His work encompasses a spectrum of M&A due diligence, competitive intelligence, portfolio management, alternative litigation strategies, damages, patent valuation and patent monetisation.
As a consultant, broker, licensor and litigation manager, Mr Stabinsky has represented both IP holders and buyers of some of the most valuable patent portfolios in their respective industries. He has helped his clients perform multibillion-dollar valuations for creditors; underwrite numerous eight-figure investments; settle litigation with favourable nine-figure outcomes; and identify, assess and acquire mission-critical technologies.
Before Crown Point Transactions, Mr Stabinsky was the managing director of Red Chalk Group’s patent brokerage and licensing practice, where he served a mix of Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups and financially distressed companies. Before Red Chalk, Mr Stabinsky was the managing consultant at IPIQ, where he led a boutique IP consulting group serving Fortune 1000 companies in engagements ranging from M&A due diligence to competitive analyses, strategic invention sessions, portfolio management and alternative litigation strategies.
Mr Stabinsky earned his JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law; his LLM in international intellectual property from the Munich Intellectual Property Law Centre at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Tax and Competition Law; and his BS in electrical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.