BOSTON, MA—Joshua I. Rudawitz, an Intellectual Property (IP) & Technology associate in global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Boston office, was selected to participate in the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 Boston Future Leaders (BFL) program. The BFL class of 2023 consists of 80 up-and-coming leaders, selected to guide Boston into an innovative future.
Presented by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and Harvard Business School, the BFL program provides key leadership tools through academic content, practical application, workshops, and networking opportunities to participants from a variety of unique backgrounds.
Rudawitz has more than fifteen years of multifaceted strategic intellectual property law experience, including as a primary patent examiner with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and counseling clients of all sizes with their intellectual property needs. Rudawitz focuses his practice on the preparation and prosecution of trademark and patent portfolios. Rudawitz is focused on understanding and studying his clients’ business needs and goals. With a sound business minded foundation, he counsels his clients on IP portfolio development ensuring that their portfolio meets and exceeds their objectives.