ndrew Ramos derives joy from justice. He does so as an intellectual property litigator with a pronounced focus on post grant proceedings.
Andrew appreciates that succeeding in those proceedings requires clear and efficient communications to the USPTO. It also requires knowing the law and Patent Office procedure, which Andrew demonstrated while serving five years as an editor for the PTAB Handbook. Andrew imparts this skill and knowledge as an adjunct professor teaching legal writing to intellectual property students at The George Washington University Law School.
While a law student, Andrew served as the Executive Production Editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal.
“The only place justice comes before work is in the dictionary,” says Mr. Ramos.
Andrew’s focus on making patent law writing accessible, compelling, and motivational has placed him in demand for litigation matters before the U.S. District Courts and the ITC.
As an aficionado of the skillful discussion of technical topics, Andrew is particularly a fan of the Cosmos television series — both the 1999 edition hosted by Carl Sagan and its current incarnation hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The George Washington University Law School
- District of Columbia
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
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