David Hsu is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling in the areas of electronics, software, and telecommunications.
David worked for the firm as a summer associate and law clerk prior to becoming an associate. While attending law school, David was an Associate Student Writing Editor of the Georgia State University Law Review. Additionally, as a member of the Georgia State University Moot Court Board, David served as a competitor in the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition and a coach for the AIPLA Giles Sutherland Rich Moot Court Competition.
David has over a decade of experience as a software developer and analyst in a variety of sectors including medical claims processing, transportation and logistics, telecommunications, and financial transaction processing. Before launching his legal career, David was a Business Intelligence Developer at InComm in Atlanta, where he developed software to deliver and optimize big data analytics. Previously, he was a Software Engineer at Routematch Software where he developed Java software to facilitate scheduling and routing for non-emergency medical transport. Before Routematch, David held the position of Developer at TRX where he developed Java software to facilitate electronic data interchange for Citibank.
David is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Georgia State University, College of Law, J.D. (2017) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Kennesaw State University, B.S., Computer Science (2007)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2019)
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