C. Matthew Rozier
Clients turn to Matt Rozier for his experience in complex commercial litigation, especially in the technology sector. Matt has worked extensively in patent litigation for major international technology companies before federal district courts and in Section 337 investigations before the United States International Trade Commission, including trial, Markman proceedings, formulation of claim construction and litigation strategy, depositions, and preparation of expert reports.
He has litigated disputes across a wide range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, medical devices, consumer electronics, communication systems, multimedia processing, wireless networks, and user interfaces.
Matt is also experienced in post-grant patent proceedings before the United States Patent Office, and has a proven track record of successfully challenging patents through a variety of post-grant procedures. His knowledge extends to all aspects of patent law, including client counseling, due diligence, opinion preparation, and patent portfolio management in a number of electrical and mechanical arts.
While in law school, Matt served as a legal intern at both the U.S. International Trade Commission and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. His pro bono activities include representing families in guardianship proceedings through the Children's Law Center.