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Located in a suburb of New York City, LaForgia Law represents clients — big and small, foreign and domestic — in all Intellectual Property matters. Whether you are an inventor looking to patent your innovation, a small business owner seeking protection for your brand, or an artist looking to register your work, we work zealously to secure protection for you Intellectual Property. We bring a wealth of experience and professionalism to every matter and customize our representation to your individual needs and concerns.
We have been working in the Intellectual Property field for over 16 years. With a passion for technology and the law, we are driven to stay apprised of the latest developments in both fields. This passion provides you with exceptional representation at a reasonable cost.
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Christian began his career in Intellectual Property at the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a patent examiner. During his tenure as an examiner, Christian examined applications in a variety of computer-related technologies, including task management, video compression, computer networking, network security, data encryption, anti-virus, intrusion detection, authentication, authorization, and cryptography. In 2008, Christian was recognized by the American Intellectual Property Law Association as an Outstanding Examiner.
In 2013, Christian joined the ranks of New Jersey’s highest-rated intellectual property firm. As an associate, patent preparation and prosecution constituted a large part of his practice. While Christian’s prosecution practice focused on computer-related inventions, he also worked applications for an assortment of technologies, including photolithography, athletic equipment, autonomous vehicles, optics, memory devices, medical devices, and undergarments. In addition to his prosecution practice, Christian regularly performed patent searches, filed trademark applications, participated in due diligence studies, and contributed to freedom-to-operate and right-to-use opinions.
Looking to get a better sense of the business-side of patents, Christian joined a tech start-up in 2015. In his in-house counsel role, he brought the patent work in-house and oversaw the growth of the patent portfolio himself. In addition to managing the patent portfolio, Christian has performed due diligence on a target company, performed a patent landscape study, and advised management on general intellectual property matters.
As a solo practitioner, Christian works with independent inventors, Fortune 500 corporations, and everyone in between to provide zealous representation at a reasonable cost.
Rutgers School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2012
New Jersey Institute of Technology
B.S., Computer Engineering, 2002