Andrew works closely with start-ups and emerging businesses to structure their corporate formations, patents, and trademarks for long-term value. He provides strategic direction regarding the creation of intellectual property assets to meet the needs of businesses as they grow from founders to multi-million dollar companies.
As former general counsel of a hearing start-up health company and a named inventor on three issued patents, Andrew bring unique insight and perspective in helping clients navigate the legal challenges and benefits associated with the development of a results-drive intellectual property portfolio in an entrepreneurial environment. He is experienced in patent and trademark preparation and prosecution, corporation formations, and intellectual property licensing, negotiations, and sales.
Andrew has deep start-up and venture experience in the technology, medical device, and food spaces. He is well-versed in the following technologies:
- Audio devices
- Automobile safety systems
- Autonomous vehicles
- Cloud-based systems
- Image processing and virtual reality systems
- Medical devices
- Memory devices
- Software systems
- Unmanned aircrafts
Andrew frequently speaks on a wide range of topics related to startups, from corporate formation to intellectual property. He also participates as a judge for the University of Texas – Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition.