Estiven Rojo counsels multinational corporations, start-ups and entrepreneurs throughout the United States and abroad to maximize the value of their Intellectual Property. Estiven’s practice includes prosecuting domestic and foreign patent applications, developing patent strategies for innovative, technology-based companies, and advising clients in complex patent issues involving electronics, computing systems, semiconductor devices, software, data center and cloud-based technologies, self-driving vehicles, business and financial processes, communication devices, and air or space vehicles.
Estiven has assisted clients in protecting and enforcing their IP rights in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies, particularly the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He also counsels clients in various areas of Intellectual Property including patents, litigation support, patent subject matter eligibility, licensing, patent portfolio analysis, post-grant proceedings, prior art assessments and opinions, and trademark and copyright issues.
Prior to joining Rutan, Estiven Rojo was an associate in a prominent firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology group in Silicon Valley. During law school, Estiven served as a Patent Examiner Extern at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Estiven was recognized as the regional winner and national finalist of the 40th Annual Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition, where he argued current patent law issues in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Prior to law school, Estiven worked as an electrical engineer. He worked on NASA’s Space Program Operations Contract as a design engineer assisting on the integrated electronic assemblies of the solid rocket boosters of the space shuttle.