The Innovation Firm

Joshua S. Matloff

Practice Areas

Technologies

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., With Distinction
  • Boston University, B.S. in Computer Systems Engineering

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Boston Patent Law Association, past co-chair of the Computer Law Committee

Joshua S. Matloff

Joshua S. Matloff Attorney

Joshua S. Matloff

Associate
Concord office
978.202.3430

Josh has several years of experience in patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, strategic intellectual property planning, freedom to operate analyses, due diligence analyses, and patent litigation.  He has been named a Rising Star in Intellectual Property by Super Lawyers®.

With a background in computer and electrical engineering, Josh has technical expertise in computer systems, software, hardware, automated systems, electronics, telecommunications, cryptocurrency, blockchain, mechanical devices/systems, and optics.  Examples of specific applications include architecture of automated vehicles, navigation systems, and sensor systems such as RADAR, LIDAR, and stereo vision systems.

Prior to joining the firm, Josh worked as a patent attorney in the Office of General Counsel at The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.  He was also a law clerk for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Transportation.

Josh was named a Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems Scholar at Boston University, and was a recipient of the Stanley Sokoloff Intellectual Property Award and the Alfred Maleson Award in 2010, while at Suffolk University Law School. Also, while at Suffolk University Law School, Josh was president of the Intellectual Property Law Student Association and a research assistant, aiding in the research, drafting, and editing of “Internet Law in a Nutshell” (1st ed. West). During his time at Boston University, Josh held research assistant positions at the High Tech Tools and Toys Lab, as at well as the Center for Space Physics.  

Other technologies in which Josh as experience include:

  • 3D mining technologies
  • 3D modeling for user interfaces,
  • 3D printing
  • 3D simulations
  • 3D structure management
  • 3D virtual store systems.
  • 4G/WiMax
  • blockchain
  • circuits
  • compression
  • cryptocurrency
  • cryptography
  • databases
  • highly-automated vehicles (i.e., self-driving cars)

 

  • human-machine interactive systems
  • image processing
  • manufacturing process monitoring
  • microdisplays
  • MIPS-based processors
  • multiple core processors
  • natural language understanding
  • networking
  • piracy prevention
  • processors
  • ring-based processor architectures
  • social networking
  • storage backup systems
  • ticketing systems
  • user interfaces

 

 

 

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Massachusetts
Biography

Josh has several years of experience in patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, strategic intellectual property planning, freedom to operate analyses, due diligence analyses, and patent litigation.  He has been named a Rising Star in Intellectual Property by Super Lawyers®.

With a background in computer and electrical engineering, Josh has technical expertise in computer systems, software, hardware, automated systems, electronics, telecommunications, cryptocurrency, blockchain, mechanical devices/systems, and optics.  Examples of specific applications include architecture of automated vehicles, navigation systems, and sensor systems such as RADAR, LIDAR, and stereo vision systems.

Prior to joining the firm, Josh worked as a patent attorney in the Office of General Counsel at The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.  He was also a law clerk for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Transportation.

Josh was named a Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging Systems Scholar at Boston University, and was a recipient of the Stanley Sokoloff Intellectual Property Award and the Alfred Maleson Award in 2010, while at Suffolk University Law School. Also, while at Suffolk University Law School, Josh was president of the Intellectual Property Law Student Association and a research assistant, aiding in the research, drafting, and editing of “Internet Law in a Nutshell” (1st ed. West). During his time at Boston University, Josh held research assistant positions at the High Tech Tools and Toys Lab, as at well as the Center for Space Physics.  

Other technologies in which Josh as experience include:

  • 3D mining technologies
  • 3D modeling for user interfaces,
  • 3D printing
  • 3D simulations
  • 3D structure management
  • 3D virtual store systems.
  • 4G/WiMax
  • blockchain
  • circuits
  • compression
  • cryptocurrency
  • cryptography
  • databases
  • highly-automated vehicles (i.e., self-driving cars)

 

  • human-machine interactive systems
  • image processing
  • manufacturing process monitoring
  • microdisplays
  • MIPS-based processors
  • multiple core processors
  • natural language understanding
  • networking
  • piracy prevention
  • processors
  • ring-based processor architectures
  • social networking
  • storage backup systems
  • ticketing systems
  • user interfaces

 

 

 

Education
  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., With Distinction
  • Boston University, B.S. in Computer Systems Engineering
Speaking Engagements
Professional Associations
  • American Bar Association
  • Boston Patent Law Association, past co-chair of the Computer Law Committee
Bar Admissions
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Massachusetts

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