Andy Rosbrook is a lawyer in the firm’s intellectual property practice, where he focuses on complex patent litigation. He has represented clients in every phase of litigation in federal court, from pre suit investigations all the way through post verdict motions.
Practice & Background
Mr. Rosbrook is an experienced trial lawyer who has served as counsel in cases involving patent infringement, theft of trade secrets, breaches of confidentiality and antitrust violations. Mr. Rosbrook has experience representing his clients in all aspects of intellectual property litigation, including cross-examination of witnesses at trial, taking and defending of key depositions, summary judgment proceedings, claim construction and post trial motions. He has represented clients from a number of industries with diverse technologies, including database software, animal genetics and wireless networking.
In addition to district court litigation, Mr. Rosbrook’s practice includes prosecution of trademark applications, licensing of software and intellectual property, and counseling of clients regarding intellectual property matters.
Mr. Rosbrook received his B.S. in physics in 2005 and his J.D. with honors in 2009 from the University of Texas at Austin.
Mr. Rosbrook’s recent engagements include:
- representing an agricultural biotechnology firm in the Western District of Wisconsin, where the client asserted claims of patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation while simultaneously defending against claims that the client’s patent acquisition practices violate antitrust laws
- enforcing a portfolio of 10 patents in the District of Colorado against a licensee who violated the terms of the license agreement with the client while simultaneously defending against claims of patent misuse and anticompetitive conduct
- defending one of the nation’s largest wireless carriers against claims of infringement for patents involving secure access to protected networks
- enforcing intellectual property rights against a client’s former employees who used the client’s patents and trade secrets to develop a competing product
- defending in arbitration against a claim of underpayment of patent royalties
- defending a leading managed hosting company in a patent infringement case in the District of Delaware on multiple patents involving distributed computing.