Fraser D. Roy’s practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law with a focus of assisting clients to manage and develop their U.S. and foreign IP portfolios through identifying and protecting key innovations and technologies and thoughtfully selecting U.S. and foreign IP protection strategies. With this underlying motivation, Mr. Roy’s practice includes the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the U.S. and foreign countries, the preparation of licensing, acquisition, confidentiality, and other agreements related to intellectual property, and attending to issues related to copyrights and trademarks.
In addition to patent and transactional related activities associated with intellectual property, Mr. Roy’s practice has included due diligence investigations regarding intellectual property portfolios. Further, his practice involves conducting and managing the preparation of legal opinions regarding infringement, non-infringement, validity, and availability of certain intellectual property rights. Additionally, Mr. Roy provides in-house seminars designed to assist clients educate key R&D personnel and management on intellectual property issues and develop overall IP protection strategies. With this approach, Mr. Roy has experience with clients ranging from multi-national corporations to individual inventors.
From a technical background, Mr. Roy’s has extensive experience in the prosecution of medical device technologies, optical technologies, construction technologies, and general mechanical technologies.