Biography

Roshni is a member of the firm's Intellectual Property Department and Patents Practice Group. She focuses her practice on the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors, and has extensive experience in the field of biology, particularly in the areas of immunotherapy and genetics. Roshni prepares, prosecutes and manages worldwide patent portfolios in diverse fields, including molecular genetics, biologics, biotechnology, immunotherapy, and oncology. She has substantial experience in due diligence and freedom-to-operate searching and analysis for technology platforms and biologics.

In her former role as a patent agent for a multinational biotech company, Roshni gained valuable insight into scientific and global pharma/business perspectives in the context of research and development. With her diverse experience, she provides clients with strategies to navigate the complexities of global patent procurement to achieve clients’ business goals. She is a registered patent agent and holds a doctoral degree in developmental genetics.

Before Fox Rothschild

Roshni previously worked as a patent agent at a multinational biotech company where she focused on providing due diligence, competitive surveillance and running the search group.

During law school, Roshni served as a judicial intern to U.S. Magistrate Judge Tonianne Bongiovanni of the District of New Jersey and was a summer associate at a New York law firm. She also held research internships at Dey's Pharmaceuticals, the National Institute of Immunology and Calcutta University in India.

Beyond Fox Rothschild

Active in the community, Roshni serves as head of Project and Partnerships at HerRights, a non-profit organization committed to ending gender violence and facilitating social justice, where she evaluates grant applications, administers grants to chosen non-profits and tracks the grant expenditure.

She is also a volunteer translator for the International Refugee Assistance Project, a non-profit organization providing legal advocacy for refugees and displaced people.