James Bosco, Jr. is an Intellectual Property attorney who provides legal services to clients in matters relating to patent litigation, trade secret protection, and patent strategy and prosecution. An experienced litigator and prosecutor, he possesses a wealth of experience in drafting, prosecuting and protecting patents, defending specialized software patent cases, and counseling clients on trade secret and licensing. Jim is also responsible for drafting and negotiating licensing agreements and providing technical expertise to clients regarding patent invalidity and enforcement.
As a registered patent attorney, he has represented clients before the USPTO and in federal courts across the country on cases involving a wide range of technologies, such as electronic shopping carts and fundamental web components, cryptographic signatures, business process management, messaging middleware, and patient (PHI) anonymization.
Prior to law school, Jim was a software engineer and architect for Cambridge Technology Partners. In this role, he provided consultation for a number of high-tech clients, where he was responsible for architecting critical industrial systems and engineering real-time software applications and solutions. His know-how includes mobile data processing and storage; sensing and monitoring; cryptography; robotic controllers; big data analytics; messaging hardware and software; multi-tiered distributed computing; e-commerce; medical devices; and health care software.
Registered Patent Attorney, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2006 J.D.
San Jose State University, San Jose, California, 1995 B.S.
Major: Computer Science
Professional Associations and Memberships
Allegheny County Bar Association
Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Law Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Past Employment Positions
Cambridge Technology Partners