Dino Arslanagic joined Norton Rose Fulbright’s Austin office in 2015. His primary responsibilities include preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications, with an emphasis on mechanical engineering technology.
Dino has experience representing clients in both patent prosecution and litigation. He has also supervised the prosecution of patent applications before many foreign patent offices.
Dino has prosecuted utility patents in a wide variety of innovative technologies, including oil and gas drilling equipment and blowout preventers, automotive shock absorbers, and medical devices, such as, ophthalmic surgical instruments, bone-fixation and stabilization devices, piezoelectric neurostimulators, and many others.
- JD, University of Houston Law Center, 2014
- BS, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 2011
While in law school, Dino served as an editor of the Houston Law Review and president of the Intellectual Property Student Organization. He was recognized for his writing skills by earning the Houston Law Review Award for Best Paper in IP Law and the LEX Award for top performance in Legal Research and Writing.
For exhibiting leadership in IP and excelling in his studies, Dino was selected as the University of Houston Law Center’s sole nominee for the Jan Jancin AIPLEF Award.
Representative experience :
- Experience in preparing patent applications, responses to office actions, appeal briefs, examiner interviews and a variety of other related prosecution matters
- Formulating strategies for patent litigation based upon technical understanding and legal research
Admissions : Texas State Bar
Memberships and activities :
- Associate, The Honorable Nancy F. Atlas Intellectual Property American Inn of Court
- Houston Intellectual Property Association
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