Josh Crawford's practice focuses on domestic patent prosecution, international patent portfolio management, patent infringement and validity determinations, inter partes review proceedings, and IP litigation support.
Josh has experience drafting and prosecuting patents in numerous technology areas, including network security, cloud computing, machine learning, computer vision, medical devices, laboratory and assay equipment, microfluidics devices, bioinformatics, user interfaces, and consumer electronics.
In addition to patent prosecution, Josh’s practice includes preparing petitions and responses in inter partes review proceedings, as well as preparing invalidity and non-infringement positions in district court litigations. In adversarial proceedings, Josh has worked on matters concerning network security systems, GPS technology, medical devices, and integrated circuit technologies.
Josh received his J.D. with highest honors from The George Washington University Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and received the Presidential Merit Scholarship and Bobby Burchfield Scholarship. During law school, he worked at Morrison & Foerster as a summer associate and as a law clerk.
Before law school, Josh received his B.S. in physics with high honors from the University of Maryland. During his undergraduate studies, he worked with the Joint Quantum Institute performing optics research, including designing and constructing an optical cavity for use in cavity quantum electrodynamics experiments.
Josh is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia and Virginia and is registered to practice before the USPTO.Show More