Andrew Flior's practice is concentrated in intellectual property protection and litigation. He has experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of industries, including financial services and technologies, medical devices, software and business products, and mechanical devices. In addition, Andrew has experience in preparing and prosecuting trademarks, performing due diligence work related to the possible purchase of patents, preparing infringement and validity opinions, and has counseled clients on patent strategies and how to best maximize a patent portfolio budget. He has litigation experience in patent and trademark matters at the U.S. District Court level, and in patent matters before the International Trade Commission.
University of San Diego Law School (J.D., 2009)
Executive Editor, San Diego Law Review
CALI Award for Copyright Law
University of Chicago (B.A., Physics, with honors, 2004)
"How did they get this patent?!!! This will kill our business! What can we do about it?!!" Presenter, Intellectual Property Tutorial for Advanced Battery Technology, NAATBatt 2018 Annual Meeting & Conference, San Antonio, TX (March 20, 2018)
"Post Grant Proceedings at the U.S. Patent Office," Presenter, Workshop on IP Issues in Advanced Battery Technology, NAATBatt 2017 Annual Meeting & Conference, Litchfield Park, AZ (March 14, 2017)
"Intellectual Property: It's Not Just for Specialists Anymore," Co-Presenter, Association of Corporate Counsel (Southern California Chapter), Long Beach, CA (June 19, 2014)