Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Rothwell was an associate in both the McLean office of a Virginia IP boutique firm and the Alexandria office of a large Virginia IP boutique firm where his areas of practice included patent preparation and prosecution, client counseling, and opinions. Prior to launching his legal career, Mr. Rothwell worked as a Medical Technologist for Quest Diagnostics.
Representing a Fortune 500 global technology and specialty materials company in multiple IPRs for patents relating to the manufacture of acetic acid.
Representing a large international concessions and construction company in an acquisition of a partial interest in a software company owning rights to toll management software. Performing IP due diligence including open source software analysis and freed-to-operate analysis.
Providing patent procurement and counseling services to Abbott Point of Care, an industry leader in point of care medical diagnostic testing. Abbott Point of Care offers innovative products such as the i-STAT system including technology from various areas such as immunology, biotechnology, biosensors, microfluidics, nanotechnology, and data management. Providing counsel and advice in all aspects of the company's business, including helping shape its overall patent strategy. As part of this, the firm takes an active role in identifying and protecting innovations, as well as evaluating third-party intellectual property rights.
Widener University School of Law, J.D. (2004)
Drexel University, B.S., Medical Technology (1998)
George Mason University, Electrical Engineering (2011)
Not licensed in District of Columbia – practices solely before the USPTO
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2007)
Federal Circuit Bar Association, Member (2015-present)
Manager of USPTO Pro Bono program in the DC Office (2015-present)
Widener University Law Review, member (2002-2004)
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