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John M RogitzJohn M. Rogitz is of counsel to Rogitz & Associates and is a registered patent attorney. His patent background includes preparation and prosecution of a large number of patent applications in a range of technologies including artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), other computer software, consumer electronics, medical devices, and business methods. John has also been active on behalf of his clients in the acquisition of patent portfolios.

Aside from representing his clients, John is a contributor to IP Watchdog, an online publication for which he writes on precedential Federal Circuit decisions and other developments in patent law. He has also been a contributor to the patent-centric publications Intellectual Property Magazine and IP Today, for which he also wrote on precedential patent decisions.
In addition to the foregoing, John has served as president of the San Diego Federalist Society (2016-2018), president of the San Diego chapter of the Republican National Lawyers Association (2017-2018), and as a member of the education committee for the San Diego chapter of Licensing Executives Society (2015-2016). He also regularly speaks at events for the National Association of Patent Practitioners (NAPP) and has appeared as a guest lecturer on intellectual property at a local university.
Before joining Rogitz & Associates, John was engaged in civil litigation at the Watkins Firm, a San Diego-based law firm. Prior to that, John worked as a web developer for Loyola Marymount University.
John received his J.D. in 2009 from California Western School of Law, where he was selected for the Dean’s List. While at Cal Western, John served as President of both the Student Intellectual Property Law Association and the Cal Western Federalist Society. John studied physics at Loyola Marymount University where, among other activities, he was a sports writer for the school newspaper and served as Philanthropy Chair for his fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha.