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Roger F. Rozanski

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Roger Rozanski is an associate in the firm’s Chicago office. He is a member of the IP procurement and portfolio management practice group.

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Rozanski served as an associate at a domestic law firm where he focused his practice on drafting and prosecuting patents in the United States as well as internationally. The patents spanned a broad range of mechanical, electromechanical, and computer-based technologies, including consumer products, user interfaces, smartphone technologies, wireless communications, financial technologies, automotive systems, medical devices, artificial intelligence, control, software, business methods, and a wide variety of design patents.

In addition to U.S. and foreign patent prosecution, Mr. Rozanski has worked with clients to identify intellectual property rights and mitigate intellectual property risks while developing IP strategies that focus on business objectives. In that role, Mr. Rozanski has conducted a number of ideation and invention sessions with inventors to develop and analyze potential intellectual property.

Additional experience includes freedom to operate & patentability analysis, and managing IP portfolios.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Member of Board of Directors of the Innovative Community Engagement Foundation
  • USPTO Patent Pro Bono Achievement Certificate Recipient 2017, 2018, 2019

Additional Information

Mr. Rozanski received his law degree, magna cum laude, from Florida State University (J.D., 2015), where he was actively involved in a number of FSU organizations, including vice chair of the Moot Court Team, chair and treasurer for the Law School Council and a student ambassador with the Law School Student Ambassador program. As a finalist in one moot court competition, he argued in front of three federal appellate judges and Supreme Court Justice Alito. He also had the opportunity to argue in front on the Florida Supreme Court in another competition.