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Gerald E. Worth, P.E.

Senior Counsel


p: 617-951-3003

f: 617-951-3927




  • University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., With Honors)

  • Louisiana Tech University (B.S., cum laude) Chemical Engineering, Omega Chi Epsilon, Chemical Engineering Honor Society, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society

Admissions & Qualifications

  • Massachusetts

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


  • American Bar Association

  • American Chemical Society

  • American Intellectual Property Law Association

  • Connecticut Society of Professional Engineers

  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers

  • National Society of Professional Engineers

  • Licensed Professional Engineer, Chemical Engineering (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Louisiana)

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

  • U.S. District Court, Massachusetts

Gerald Worth, P.E., is a registered patent attorney and licensed professional engineer in the field of Chemical Engineering (MA, CT and LA). He helps clients obtain and enforce intellectual property rights in the U.S. and abroad.

He is responsible for the development and maintenance of patent portfolios for clients involved in chemical engineering, chemistry, thermoplastic polymers, statins, medical devices and compositions, consumer products, catalysis, energetic (explosive) materials, propellants, electrochemistry, batteries, fuel cells, flame retardants, plasma generation systems, plasma torches, business methods, consumer electronics and computer software. In recent years he has represented clients in dozens of inter partes review (IPR) matters.

Jerry brings over 20 years of technical industrial experience to the legal profession. He focused on research, information technology, manufacturing, process control and engineering, working in all of the engineering disciplines. He has specific technical expertise in chemical process industry (CPI) technologies, including chlor-alkali, polystyrene polymers, ABS copolymers, bromine and brominated derivatives manufacturing, SB latex, expanded polystyrene foams, cogeneration and other petro-chemical related technologies.

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