2007 Alumni News
Gregory J. Vogler
Greg J. Vogler receives 2007 Outstanding Service To DePaul Award
This award recognizes DePaul College of Law alumni who have demonstrated outstanding service to DePaul University - be it through volunteerism, philanthropy or any other means. Recipients have rendered significant time, talent and effort to support the mission of DePaul University and the College of Law. They exemplify living the DePaul mission in both their personal and professional life.
Gregory Vogler earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Purdue University and earned his JD, with honors, from DePaul in 1984. He is one of the co-founders of the law firm McAndrews, Held & Malloy, Ltd and is a successful patent litigator who has been named a "Leading Lawyer" by the Leading Lawyers Network. Mr. Vogler has been the lead trial attorney in successful jury trials, representing patent holders or accused infringers and he has been lead counsel on multiple Markman hearings, successful summary judgment motions on patent invalidity and noninfringement, preliminary injunctions and appellate practice. He has argued several times before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and took the lead role in the briefing of a 1989 patent case, Eli Lilly v. Medtronic, before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mr. Vogler has served on the Intellectual Property Advisory Board for the College of Law since 2001 and has been a member of the President's Constituency Base since 2006. In November, he served as the moderator for CIPLIT's "A Conversation With the Judiciary." Mr. Vogler is also very active in Downers Grove where served as an elected commissioner (1991-1995), chaired successful library and high school referenda and served as a board member for the local YMCA.