Gleb Epelbaum


Gleb Epelbaum’s practice involves commercial litigation in state and federal courts and extends to breach of contract disputes, professional liability suits, as well as foreclosure and confessed judgment actions. Before joining the firm, Gleb had experience in patent prosecution, infringement opinion work, prior art searches, and intellectual property litigation.

Prior to beginning his legal career, Gleb worked for fifteen years in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Utilizing his technical and scientific expertise and the business training he acquired in his MBA program, Gleb undertook various production projects that reduced costs and increased process efficiency through reduction in in-process testing, batch size optimization, and validation of shorter production process times. Gleb was also instrumental in creating an equipment maintenance system within the company’s ERP system to support the company-wide production reliability initiative.

Gleb has extensive experience in production, testing, and regulatory compliance in a GMP/GLP setting. He led a production team involved in manufacturing of a blockbuster biologic. He was a member of a technology transfer team that successfully integrated production of new and existing products in strict compliance with the FDA regulations. In a laboratory setting, Gleb helped validate and implement cell-based assays for viral presence in pharmaceutical compounds.

Languages:

Fluent in Russian
Working proficiency in Ukrainian

Education:

Temple University Beasley School of Law (J.D. 2015)
cum laude; Research Editor, Temple Law Review
Pennsylvania State University (M.B.A. 2008)
 Beta Gamma Sigma
Pennsylvania State University (B.S. 2000)
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
  • Gleb Epelbaum, From Benson to Alice: Evolution of Patent Eligibility of Computer-Implemented Inventions Under 35 U.S.C. ยง 101, 87 TEMP. L. REV. ONLINE 15 (2015).
  • Donna Hammaker, Gleb Epelbaum & Sarah Tomlinson, Legal Issues for EMS Educators, in FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION: AN EMS APPROACH (2nd ed. 2012)