Rich’s practice focuses on complex patent litigation involving computer software, telecommunications and automotive technologies.

After his first year of law school at Villanova University School of Law, Rich worked as a research assistant focusing on patent assertion by non-practicing entities. Before attending law school, Rich worked for a major financial company for five years where he designed, coded and supported enterprise software.

Representative Experience

Signal IP, Inc. v. Nissan North America, Inc. (C.D. Cal.) – Counsel for Nissan in patent litigation relating to occupant detection systems, engine motors and control, passive safety systems, and automotive communication systems.

Mobile Telecomms. Techs., LLC v. Clearwire Corp. (E.D. Tex.) – Counsel for Clearwire in patent litigation relating to MIMO telecommunications technology.