• New York University School of Law, LL.M.
• Thurgood Marshall School of Law, J.D. (Magna Cum Laude)
Stijepko Tokic, The Interplay Between User Innovation, Patent System and Product Liability Laws: Policy Implications, 99 J. PAT. & TRADEMARK OFF. SOC'Y 20 (2017).
Stijepko Tokic, "The Role of Defining the Relevant Product Market in the Post-Actavis Era," 27 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY JOURNAL 265 (2015).
Stijepko Tokic, Impact of Legal (Un)certainty on Patent Valuation: What Investors Should Know Before Investing in Patents, 22 FED. CIR. B.J. 363 (2013). Official journal of the Federal Circuit Bar.
Stijepko Tokic, Rethinking Educational Malpractice: Are Educators Rock Stars? 2014(1) BYU EDUC. & L.J. 105 (2014).
Stijepko Tokic, Enforcing the Duty of Disclosure after Therasense: Antitrust Implications, 40 AIPLA Q.J. 221 (2012). Published by the American Intellectual Property Law Association.
Stijepko Tokic, The Role of Consumers in Deterring Patent Settlements Based on Invalid Patents: The Case of Non-Practicing Entities, 2012 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 2 (2012).
Stijepko Tokic, In Re "DDAVP" Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation: Is the Second Circuit's Massage the Way to Relieve the Key Pressure Points Between the Patent System and Antitrust Laws? 92 J. PAT. & TRADEMARK OFF. SOC'Y 536 (2010).
Stijepko Tokic joined the Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) in Fall 2008. He currently teaches Legal Environment of Business, International Business Law, Business Law I and II, and a First Year Experience course entitled Professionalism, Ethics, Law and Chicago Scandals. Professor Tokic focuses much of his research on the intersection between patent and antitrust laws, and he has published articles in, among others, the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal, the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, the Stanford Technology Law Review, and the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. Professor Tokic has presented his research at many domestic and international conferences, including the largest patent conference in the world, known as “PatCon,” and his research has been included in multiple amicus briefs that were submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States. Prior to joining NEIU, Professor Tokic worked as a Teaching Assistant for Contracts and Property Law, a law clerk, a consultant, and a researcher. In his spare time, Professor Tokic enjoys playing tennis, writing music, and fishing in his hometown of Dubrovnik, Croatia.