Andrew Ramos is an associate at Maier & Maier, PLLC. He earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School where he focused on patent law, especially patent litigation and post-grant review. While in law school, he was the Executive Production Editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal and wrote his note on the impact of changes to the Federal Rules for Civil Procedure on patent litigation. He’s studied trends in the PTAB as part of his role as a contributing editor of The PTAB Handbook, where he’s gained extensive knowledge of IPR procedure and PTAB practice. Prior to joining Maier & Maier as a full-time associate, he spent time litigating with two other firms, including trademark infringement casework, before spending six months with Maier & Maier as a student associate.
Andrew’s technical background is in Physics, which he studied at both Columbia University and George Washington University, with his research focusing on instrumentation, specifically on building a muon telescope. His coursework prepared him for a wide array of technical areas as he studied electrodynamics, mechanics, solar technology, alternative energy engineering, biophysics, organic chemistry, and computer programming.
- B.A. Columbia University
- J.D. George Washington University
- District of Columbia Bar
- United States Patent and Trademark Office