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Dino Arslanagic joined Norton Rose Fulbright's Austin office in 2015. His primary responsibilities include preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications, assisting in technology transactions, and participating in intellectual property due diligence investigations.
Dino has prosecuted utility patents in a wide variety of innovative technologies such as oil and gas drilling equipment and blowout preventers, automotive shock absorbers, and medical devices including advanced wound care systems, ophthalmic surgical instruments, bone-fixation and stabilization devices, piezoelectric neurostimulators, and many others. In addition to his patent prosecution experience, Dino has assisted in preparing and negotiating joint development, joint venture, in-license, out-license, transition services, consulting, and confidentiality agreements. Dino also frequently participates in intellectual property due diligence investigations and evaluates the intellectual property of others, such as by conducting freedom to operate evaluations and preparing invalidity and non-infringement patent opinions.
JD, University of Houston Law Center, 2014
BS, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 2011
- Texas State Bar
- Experience in preparing patent applications, responses to office actions, appeal briefs, examiner interviews and a variety of other related prosecution matters.
- Drafted, reviewed, and interpreted a variety of commercial IP agreements, including those related to Software as a Service (SaaS), end user licensing, joint development, joint venture, in-license, out-license, transition services, consulting, technical services, material supply, and confidentiality.
- Conducted freedom to operate evaluations and prepared invalidity and non-infringement patent opinions.
- Co-author with Charles B. Walker, "iWitness: Where Will All the Patent Cases Go? The Aftermath of TC Heartland," American Bar Association Litigation Journal, April 24, 2018
- Austin Intellectual Property Association