Sarah Rodriguez

U.S. and European Patent Attorney

Sarah is qualified as both a United States Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney.  Sarah has worked in the field of Intellectual Property since 2004

Today, Sarah works mainly with patent prosecution for universities and high-technology companies in different fields including circuit design, nanotechnology, semiconductor devices, medical devices, software applications, signal processing, mechanical structures, optical devices, and communications. Sarah also works with matters relating to pre-patenting investigations, infringement, and validity issues. Sarah has particular interests in the differences between the patent law in the United States and Europe, she often holds seminars on this topic.

Sarah graduated with a Bachelors of Engineering (B.E.) in Engineering Physics from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2002. At Stevens Institute of Technology, Sarah also earned minor degrees in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics. She also earned a Masters of Science (M.Sc) in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2004. In 2009, Sarah earned a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from Suffolk University Law School.

Sarah’s research experience includes being a research assistant at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology NanoStructures Laboratory, the University of California at Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Centre, and at Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs in the Condensed Matter Physics research group.

Sarah's prior IP experience includes work with IP firms in both Sweden and the United States.