Mr. Grove concentrates his practice in patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters.
guides clients through litigation when necessary, and has served as lead
counsel in dozens of successful intellectual property cases. He also guides
clients away from litigation with thoughtful clearance and design-around
opinions. In doing so, he draws upon his experience preparing and prosecuting
patent applications in mechanical and electro-mechanical technologies.
Mr. Grove received his J.D. from Wayne State
University Law School in 1993 and his M.A. from the University of Chicago in
1989. He earned both his B.A., with high honors, and B.S., cum laude, from the University of Michigan in 1988. Mr. Grove is
licensed in the State of Michigan and before the United States Patent and
Trademark Office, U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for both the
Federal and Sixth Circuits and the U.S. District Court for both the Eastern and
Western Districts of Michigan.
Mr. Grove is a coauthor of an American Casebook Series, 6th Edition book, Cases and Materials on Patent Law, Including Trade Secrets, Copyrights, Trademarks. He is also author of Chapter 19 in Bloomberg Law's book entitled Evidence in Patent Cases. His chapter deals with the law of attorney-client privilege. Additionally, Mr. Grove has been a professor of Trademark Law and Unfair Competition at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School since 2008.