Rashad Morgan maintains a broad-based intellectual property practice that includes opinion work, due diligence review, and patent litigation, with a particular focus on patent prosecution both in the United States and abroad. For clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech, chemical, and other industries, he provides full-service counsel on legal strategies for entire patent families. He regularly prepares freedom-to-operate studies and infringement/validity studies, as well as representing clients in USPTO proceedings in which the validity of patents is at stake.
Rashad’s clients include emerging and middle market companies as well as large corporations. Across all of his engagements, Rashad appreciates the opportunity to protect his clients interests, which begins with a detailed understanding of their business and innovations. In his patent prosecution practice—where he is particularly experienced prosecuting patents in the areas of chemistry, biotechnology, and the mechanical arts—he often assists clients in securing patent protection in foreign jurisdictions in addition to the United States. He also has been involved in litigations (including cases initiated under the Hatch Waxman Act), covering pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer products, and other technologies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rashad L. Morgan