Joshua Rosefelt is an associate in the litigation group of Fish & Richardson’s Washington, D.C., office*. He was previously a summer associate with the firm in its Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., offices.

During law school, Josh served as a Lead Editor of the Stanford Technology Law Review and co-led the Stanford Non-Practicing Entity (NPE) Litigation Database—the first-ever publicly available database to track comprehensively how practicing entities, non-practicing entities, and patent assertion entities claim patent ownership rights in litigation. Josh also served as a research assistant to Professor Lisa Ouellette.

Additionally, Josh was actively involved with the Stanford Community Law Clinic in East Palo Alto, representing members of the community in housing, Social Security Administration, and expungement matters.

Before law school, Josh was a patent examiner for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, where he examined patent applications related to electro-mechanical surgical diagnostic equipment.

*Admitted to the bar under D.C. App. R. 46-A (Emergency Examination Waiver); Supervised by D.C. bar members.


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