Joshua Weisenfeld is an associate in the Intellectual Property Group in the firm's San Diego (Del Mar) office.
Areas of Practice
Joshua advises and represents clients on intellectual property matters, including the prosecution and litigation of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. However, he focuses his practice on drafting and prosecuting patents in the high tech space, where he works with clients to protect electronic systems, automotive systems, telecommunication systems, aerospace and defense systems, biomedical devices, and software.
Joshua’s technical experience encompasses electronics and instruments, electrical engineering, nuclear engineering, robotics and robotic engineering, astronomy and astro-physics, electro-magnetics, experimental modern physics, mechanics and mechanical engineering, and optics.
While attending law school, Joshua worked as a Student Attorney in the Cardozo Tech Start-Up Clinic, where he provided pro bono representation to early stage tech companies regarding matters related to formation, incorporation, governance, privacy, patents, trademarks, and blockchain technologies. Joshua volunteered as a Staff Editor on the Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social justice where he published an article titled Medical Marijuana Patients: Discrimination & the Search for Employment Protections, which explored the intricate relationship between rapidly changing medical marijuana laws and the employment protections of the American’s with Disabilities Act. Joshua served as the Vice President of the Benjamin N. Cardozo Intellectual Property Law Society; the Treasurer of the Cardozo Start-Up Society; and as a Programming Committee Member of the Cardozo Data Law Initiative. Joshua also competed in the CUBE Innovators Invitational where he co-founded a legal tech company.
J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 2021
B.A., Physics & English, Gustavus Adolphus College, 2018
- United States Patent and Trademark Office – Reg. No. 80,496