Adam Hotzoglou has extensive experience in patent and trademark law. His work includes patent drafting and prosecution, validity and freedom to operate opinions, trademark prosecution, trademark cancellation and opposition hearings, and providing advice regarding intellectual property strategy and management for portfolios of all sizes. Adam has prepared and prosecuted patents in a wide variety of technology areas, including machine learning, artificial intelligence, electrosurgical and other medical devices, locks, security systems, electrical meters, and battery and charging technologies for electric vehicles.
Adam’s favorite part of his practice is working with clients to find the aspects of their creative and innovative ideas that drive value for their business, and then helping them protect those features through the law.
Adam is fluent in Greek and active in the Greek-American community. In his spare time, he enjoys rock climbing indoors and outdoors, playing board games, solving puzzles, and reading lots of fantasy books.
B.A., Applied Physics, Queens College (2019)
J.D., Saint John’s University School of Law (2014)
B.S., Business, Management, and Finance, Brooklyn College (2010)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2016)
New York (2015)
Not admitted in New Jersey