Brett Rosen‚Äôs practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property (IP) protection and enforcement with an eye toward helping clients achieve their business objectives.¬† Since joining RatnerPrestia in 2004, his experience has spanned the various stages of the IP life-cycle, from the acquisition of IP rights to the enforcement of those rights.¬† ¬†
In helping clients achieve their business objectives, Brett regularly
- prepares and prosecutes patent applications;
- renders non-infringement, patentability and invalidity opinions;
- prepares complex business agreements (e.g., licensing and work-for-hire agreements);
- provides litigation support; and
- performs IP-related due diligence.¬†
Drawing from his broad-based technical experience and interests, Brett is comfortable working in a variety of technical areas including automotive technology, optical devices, communications systems, electronics, software, fluid treatment systems and biomechanical devices. ¬†
Always staying abreast of the latest developments in the law, Brett is a frequent speaker and author of articles on the topics of Patent Infringement, Patent Reform, ¬†IP Litigation and Patent Procurement.¬†
Prior to joining RatnerPrestia, Brett gained industry experience as a Senior Design Engineer for¬†Motorola designing broadband network transmission equipment. ¬†As a member of several product design teams at Motorola, Brett acquired valuable experience in the Mechanical, Electrical and Optical Engineering disciplines.¬† Through his work at Motorola, he was awarded two U.S. Patents.
Brett received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, an M.B.A. from¬†the Villanova¬†School of Business and a J.D. from Temple¬†Law School.¬†¬†
Brett is a member of Ben Franklin Technology Partners‚Äô Physical Sciences technical committee, a not-for-profit organization established to stimulate economic growth in the state of Pennsylvania through technical innovation.¬† He is also a member of RatnerPrestia's¬†Computer Architecture, Software, and Business Methods Group as well as RatnerPrestia's Mechanical and Physical Science¬†Group.