Brad advises businesses of all sizes, creative teams and inventors on patent issues and overall intellectual property strategy.

With an engineering degree from MIT and decades of legal experience, Brad partners with his clients to understand their business interests and goals and to formulate and execute a solid legal plan to achieve them.

From virtual reality to aerospace to medical devices, Brad guides clients to secure new patents, manage their existing IP portfolio and monetize their assets. He also assists clients in navigating the minefield of their competitors’ patents, both offensively and defensively.

Beyond his patent work, Brad often serves as general IP counsel and provides practical advice on corporate matters, financing and licensing.

Brad is a constant tinkerer and weekend inventor whose projects help to deepen his understanding of his clients’ commercial innovation efforts. He also has a lifelong interest in aviation, holds a commercial pilot license with ratings in various classes of airplanes, and is a certified flight instructor and licensed commercial drone pilot.

His work spans a wide range of industries:

  • 3-D printing
  • aerospace technologies
  • augmented reality/virtual reality
  • automotive
  • clean tech and green tech
  • e-commerce
  • fantasy sports apps
  • fashion
  • fintech
  • food production and dispensing machinery
  • gaming tech
  • health care
  • medical devices
  • manufacturing technologies
  • privacy
  • protective packaging
  • semiconductors
  • social media software
  • sports apparel and equipment

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Brad was a partner in the Intellectual Property Department of a global law firm. 

Having grown up in Argentina, Brad has a multicultural background that informs his understanding of both U.S. and non-U.S. business needs and cultural differences.

Beyond Fox Rothschild

Brad has done pro bono work for a trauma institute, an international charitable organization and a fledgling entrepreneur starting a clothing business. He has also provided pro bono assistance to a coalition of historically black universities regarding IP policy issues. As a community advocate, Brad has volunteered his time to organize and assist with personal safety and protection classes, including programs for women in Bedford Hills, New York.