We are pleased to announce that Ido Rabinovitch has joined the Washington D.C. office as a Partner in the firm’s Patent practice.
With over 20 years of experience as a patent attorney, Mr. Rabinovitch brings expertise in navigating and managing the entire life cycle of a patent. A large part of Mr. Rabinovitch’s practice focuses on patent procurement. Mr. Rabinovitch has drafted and prosecuted thousands of patent applications in the electrical/computer and mechanical arts, with a focus on medical devices (implantable devices, surgical devices, etc.), telecommunications (having represented several telecommunications conglomerates), micro-processor and computer design and architecture, mechanical and electro-mechanical devices, machine learning systems (including for speech synthesis, natural language processing performed through large language models, etc.), signal and image processing systems, electronic circuits, and many other technologies. As part of his patent procurement practice, Mr. Rabinovitch counsels clients on strategic development of patent portfolios, and manages complex proceedings such as patent re-examinations and appeals.
Mr. Rabinovitch also has considerable experience in opinion preparation, transactional work, patent and business litigation, and trademark prosecution and litigation. Mr. Rabinovitch regularly counsels his clients on adversarial matters involving theirs and their competitors’ IP positions within highly complex technological landscapes, and guides his clients through complex transactions, including vetting his clients’ and the counterpart parties’ IP assets, performing transactional due diligence, and negotiating contractual terms.
Prior to joining Potomac Law, Mr. Rabinovitch was a partner at Occhiuti & Rohlicek, LLP. He received his J.D. and M.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto and his B.Eng., with distinction, from McGill University.