Guy M. Rodgers, a registered Patent Attorney in Glaser Weil's Intellectual Property Litigation Department, is dedicated to obtaining the best possible outcomes for his clients' IP needs of all types. He focuses his practice primarily on patent litigation matters of all types, but also provides trademark, copyright and other intellectual property legal services.
Prior to joining Glaser Weil, Mr. Rodgers helped inventors and businesses prosecute their patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, for inventions in the fields of computer software and hardware, electrical and mechanical systems, chemical and agricultural processing, marine and aerospace systems, telecommunications, and cryptocurrencies, among others.
He earned his B.S. degree in Cognitive Science with College Honors from the University of California, Los Angeles. While at UCLA, Mr. Rodgers studied a diverse range of coursework including artificial intelligence, signal detection theory and complexity science. A "Double Bruin," he then earned his J.D., with a specialization in Intellectual Property, from the UCLA School of Law. During law school, Guy served as the Chief Technology Editor of the Journal of Law and Technology, and passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.
Before he began his legal practice, Mr. Rodgers worked in the IT industry as a programmer and network administrator, among other roles, and finds himself at home alongside server racks and fellow nerds. He has a passion for all things scientific and technological, as well as for board games, fencing and Star Wars. Out of the office, Mr. Rodgers loves live music, zombies and spending time with his two cats, Purrmanganate and Kaiju.
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association (LAIPLA)
State Bar of California IP Law Section
American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law
American Bar Association Forum on Air and Space Law
American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law
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