John L. Rogitz
John L. Rogitz has been engaged in patent law since 1989. He specializes in patenting high technology products in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), wireless communication, computer software, consumer electronics, and semiconductors. He also specializes in patenting cutting edge physics inventions in technology areas including lasers and superconductors. Mr. Rogitz has also been active in transactions related to the intellectual properties he has obtained on behalf of his patent clients, which have included small and medium-sized companies as well as large corporations.
Mr. Rogitz’ current practice includes planning, developing, and executing patent and related business strategies for his clients, which include multiple Fortune-20 companies. He also represents high technology start-up companies as well as individual inventors in their patent matters. Mr. Rogitz also serves as a patent law expert witness in patent litigation.
Mr. Rogitz is a past member of the Executive Committee of the IP Section of the California State Bar. He was also on the editorial staff of the national magazine Intellectual Property Today, for which he provided monthly summaries of opinions from the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Mr. Rogitz received his undergraduate degree, with Distinction, from the United States Naval Academy, where he majored in physics. While at the Academy, Mr. Rogitz participated in the National Physics Honor Society (Sigma Pi Sigma) and in intercollegiate sports. After graduation, Mr. Rogitz served in the nuclear submarine service, garnering multiple personal awards for operational excellence and superior engineering aptitude during extended overseas deployments.
Upon leaving active duty, Mr. Rogitz attended the University of San Diego School of Law while working at a computer analysis company. He earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1989, graduating Magna Cum Laude and standing first in his division. While at law school, Mr. Rogitz was selected to the San Diego Law Review and was also an Instructor of Law in the school’s Tutorial Program.
Mr. Rogitz is a member of the Patent Bar, and is admitted to practice in California. In addition to his law practice, Mr. Rogitz has served as a Director of several high technology companies.