Fish & Richardson Grows Intellectual Property Practice With the Addition of Four Associates

Fish & Richardson has welcomed four lateral associates to the intellectual property practice since September of this year.  

"It is inspiring to see our practice continue to grow in both size and talent,” said John Hayden, Fish’s IP Practice Group leader. "These accomplished associates bring a wealth of knowledge and extraordinary potential to the practice group. As we continue to grow the practice, these associates will play a pivotal role in our commitment to providing unparalleled client service.” 

Joseph Bauer: With a background in computer engineering, Joseph focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the electrical and computer technology industries. As a law student, he served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Magistrate Judge Hildy Bowbeer and the Honorable Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Cowan Wright in the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota. He also worked as a student writer for the University of Iowa College of Law’s Journal of Corporation Law. 

Daniel Jang: Before his legal career, Daniel worked for a biopharmaceutical company’s patent strategy team and assisted with patent clearance investigations and patent litigation. Daniel also served as a first lieutenant in the Republic of Korea Air Force. Since transitioning into law, Daniel works across a wide range of technologies to help manage clients’ patent portfolios. Daniel served as associate editor of University of Illinois College of Law’s Elder Law Journal and also participated in the university’s Intellectual Property Clinic. 

Katie Roche: Katie counsels clients on trademark and copyright matters and focuses her practice on trademark clearance, prosecution, and enforcement. In addition to working with domestic clients and in-house counsel to develop effective trademark protection strategies in the U.S., Katie collaborates with foreign counsel on international matters. Katie’s experience spans the technology, medical, financial, cosmetic, fast casual dining, and consumer packaged goods industries. 

John Treilhard: John’s patent prosecution practice focuses on the machine learning space, specifically in the applications of machine learning in the life sciences, e.g., drug discovery, protein structure prediction, genomic analysis, etc. John has prosecuted hundreds of patent applications directed to machine learning inventions. 

With a deep bench of attorneys, patent agents, and technology specialists, Fish’s intellectual property practice is among the most active in the IP world serving clients across every step of the product life cycle, from research and development to taking a product to market. The Fish team blends legal and technical experience to develop comprehensive patent strategies to support clients' growth and assets.