Salvatore Tamburo focuses his practice mainly on intellectual property litigation with a concentration on patent litigation. His litigation experience includes dozens of matters, including seven jury trials in various U.S. district courts. He has extensive experience litigating in various different technologies, including wavelet compression, broadband services, safety caps, medical devices including suture anchors, surgical sutures and surgical techniques, nuclear technology, semiconductor technology, chemical pesticides, electrostatic dissipative industrial containers, and video displays.
Salvatore’s experience also encompasses several other aspects of intellectual property law, including licensing and counseling, drafting and prosecuting patent applications, and preparing opinions on patentability, infringement, validity, and enforceability.
Salvatore’s non-litigation experience includes various technologies such as semiconductors, optics, robotics, imagers, laser doppler velocimeters, wind farm operations, medical devices, surgical methods, gaming software, and various other technologies incorporating analog and digital circuits.
Prior to joining private practice, he worked as an electrical engineer with Signal Transformer Co., Inc. in Inwood, New York, from 1990 to 1998.
At St. John’s University School of Law, he served as an articles and notes editor on the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review. He earned his bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from New York University's Tandon School of Engineering.