Adam Schlosser counsels clients on a multitude of intellectual property issues, including assessing validity and infringement of utility and design patents, forming right-to-use opinions, conducting due diligence as part of pre-suit investigations, and evaluating licensing opportunities.
Adam advises clients ranging from start-up companies to large multinational corporations to strategically develop and manage their IP portfolios. He has extensive experience preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications in a variety of electrical and mechanical technologies.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam was an electrical engineering patent associate at a boutique intellectual property firm.
While in law school, Adam was Executive Editor of Publications for the Temple Journal of Science, Technology & Environmental Law, and was a teaching and research assistant in the Legal Writing & Research Department and Transactional Practice Program.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2009, Executive Editor, Temple Journal of Science, Technology and Environmental Law
University of Pennsylvania, B.S., Engineering, 2005
Bar Admissions : District of Columbia, Virginia, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office