Rebecca Rothkopf is an intellectual property attorney with extensive experience both obtaining and enforcing intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, trade dress, and copyrights. Rebecca has experience handling IP disputes both in federal courts and before the U.S. Patent Patent and Trademark Office. In addition to her litigation experience, Rebecca has experience in all stages of patent prosecution – from helping clients determine protectable aspects of an invention to maintaining granted U.S. and international patent rights. She manages patent matters for clients in a wide range of fields including computer software, mechanical devices, medical devices, and consumer products.
Before joining Haley Giuliano, Rebecca practiced at another New York City law firm, where she worked on various intellectual property matters.
Prior to attending law school, Rebecca worked in the computer software and biotechnology fields. She is experienced in the Python programming language and in artificial intelligence software development. She is a contributing author to various journals, including Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases and the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.
Rebecca enjoys the arts and paints as a hobby. Below you can see her at a recent trip to the Metropolitan Opera.
Perhaps paradoxically, she is also a Buffalo Bills fan and can be found in front of a television, decked out in Bills gear, on any given Sunday.