Matthew Ruth’s practice focuses on global patent prosecution and intellectual property portfolio management. He is also experienced with issues involving U.S. regulatory governance and antitrust.
Matthew assists clients in a range of technical fields including artificial intelligence, clean energy, electrical engineering, and electromechanical devices.
Matthew received his J.D. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he worked with the Center for Law, Science, and Innovation on matters relating to the governance of emerging environmental technologies and artificial intelligence. Matthew also served as Senior Executive Editor of Jurimetrics, The Journal of Law, Science and Technology. During law school, Matthew worked with small business clients handling employment and IP contracting through the Innovation Advancement Clinic. He also worked as an advocate for small businesses in Washington D.C. on matters relating to antitrust, data privacy, and patents in the year prior to graduation. Upon graduation, Matthew received the Strouse Prize recognizing his contributions to the Law, Science, and Technology program at Arizona State.
Before attending law school, Matthew worked as an independent consultant specializing in geographic data analysis and interned as a telecommunications engineer.
Matthew joined the firm in 2022.
Co-Author, "Open-Source License Enforcement; Risk to Companies," Daily Journal (December 2022)
Governance of Geoengineering: A Global Issue in Search of a Global Solution; The SciTech Lawyer, Sept. 2021.
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