David Rozenblat, Esq.
direct: 773.570.3331 main: 773.570.3330 fax: 773.570.3328
Mr. Rozenblat is a co-founder of Klintworth and Rozenblat IP. Mr. Rozenblat has over twenty years of experience in the intellectual property law field, focusing his practice primarily on the preparation, prosecution, and opining on of trademarks and patent applications in the computer science, electrical, and mechanical arts. Mr. Rozenblat counsels clients on all aspects of their intellectual property portfolio, including portfolio management, preparation and prosecution of applications, opinions, development of prosecution strategies, preparation of due diligence assessments, as well as the preparation of validity and freedom to operate opinions for both patents and trademarks. Mr. Rozenblat specializes in a broad range of patent portfolio management practices to protect current and future business opportunities. Clients appreciate Mr. Rozenblat's ability to convert technology assets into useful U.S. and International patent and trademark rights. Mr. Rozenblat provides due diligence evaluations and opinions regarding the strength, value, and potential design around avenues for new inventions and existing marks.
Mr. Rozenblat has prepared and prosecuted in excess of 500 patent applications in a broad spectrum of technologies. Representative patent technologies include: Agricultural Products; Automotive Products; Batteries and Fuel Cells; Business Methods and e-Business; Chemical and Material Processes; Computer Architecture; Computer Hardware; Computer Software; Consumer Electronics; Hardware and Tools; Imaging Systems; Injection Molded Products; Magnetic Storage Devices; Manufacturing Systems and Methods; Mechanical Devices; Medical Instruments; Nanotechnology; Optics and Lasers; Personal Hygiene Products; Refrigeration and Cooling Systems; Semiconductor Fabrication; Telecommunications; Video Display Systems; and Wireless Communications & Spectrum Activities.
Mr. Rozenblat also has extensive experience in preparing and prosecuting numerous trademark applications along with counseling clients on trademark portfolios and providing opinions regarding use and registration of marks.
Prior to founding Klintworth and Rozenblat IP, Mr. Rozenblat was with the law firms of Dentons and Brinks Gilson & Lione.
REPRESENTATIVE PATENT PROSECUTION EXPERIENCE
Mr. Rozenblat represents a wide variety of clients, including clients ranging from large fortune 500 companies, universities, and high-tech start-ups, to small businesses and individual inventors. Representative clients include the following:
■ Represented one of the country's largest providers of communications equipment. Representation includes the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in varying technologies, such as: radio frequency power amplifiers; corrosion sensors; portable radio frequency transmitting and receiving devices; navigation software; and multimedia streaming software.
■ Represents a large conglomeration of companies spread over diverse fields. Representation includes preparing, filing, and prosecuting patent applications for the construction product and food equipment business units.
■ Represented a leading supplier of wafer fabrication equipment and services to the world's semiconductor industry and the technology leader in the worldwide market for etch equipment. Representation includes the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in varying technologies, such as: semiconductor wafer polishing equipment; wafer error detection equipment; and semiconductor fabrication equipment.
■ Represents a company which designs, develops, and manufactures medical and dental devices, specifically x-ray and sensor holders. Representation includes intellectual property portfolio management, and preparation and prosecution of patent applications.
■ Represented one of the world's largest retailers in patent matters including patent procurement, prosecution, and opinions related to patentability, infringement, and validity.
■ Represents one of the world's largest pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in patent matters including patent procurement, prosecution, and opinions related to patentability, infringement, and validity using a team of firm lawyers having expertise in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
■ Represents one of the country’s largest physical infrastructure companies in patent matters including patent procurement and prosecution, involving technologies such as cabinet, rack, and cable management systems, connector devices, and tools.
■ Represented several large pharmaceutical companies with worldwide presence. Representation included providing client counseling, and preparing freedom to operate, non-infringement, and invalidity opinions.
■ Represented one of the world's largest consumer electronics companies. Representation included preparing and prosecuting a wide variety of patents, regularly conducting in-person interviews with Examiners on key cases, prosecuting appeals before the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, and client portfolio management.
■ Represented Advanced Micro Devices, IBM, and Cypress Semiconductor. Representation included preparing and prosecuting a wide variety of patents in the semiconductor fabrication field, including a wide variety of semiconductor process methods, such as advanced photolithographic processes, semiconductor materials and process chemicals, integrated circuit packaging, and a variety of integrated circuit types, including memory such as flash memory, and logic circuits.
REPRESENTATIVE TRADEMARK EXPERIENCE
Mr. Rozenblat has a significant amount of experience preparing, filing and prosecuting trademark applications in addition to counseling a variety of clientele on a host of trademark issues.
■ Represented a Fortune 50 company and one of the country's largest retailers. Representation included assisting the client in finding a mark for a vast number of goods and services that the client wished to offer. Reviewing numerous potential marks for the client and providing guidance as to which marks were more likely or less likely to be allowed. Identifying any potential marks which could prevent the client from obtaining a desired mark. Opining on a number of trademark issues for that client.
■ Prepared, filed and prosecuted countless trademark applications for a variety of clientele.
■ Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, J.D., 1997
■ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1994
PRIOR LAW FIRMS
■ Brinks Gilson & Lione
BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS
■ Admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Illinois
■ Admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
■ Registered Patent Attorney before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office