Dominic A. Rota recently joined Patterson Intellectual Property Law as an associate.
Rota, a registered patent attorney, will practice in the areas of patent prosecution and litigation.
“It is a pleasure to welcome Dominic to the firm,” said Ryan Levy, managing shareholder for Patterson IP Law. “Dominic’s background in physics will add another dimension to the firm’s technology-based services.”
Rota is a magna cum laude graduate of Belmont University College of Law, where he was the executive development and technology editor for the Belmont Law Review.
He was involved with the Health Law Transactional Moot Court, the Belmont College of Law American Inn of Court and the Federalist Society. He is a 2015 cum laude graduate of Belmont University with a bachelor’s degree in physics.
Founded in 1992, Patterson Intellectual Property Law is a full-service intellectual property law firm that handles patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and domain name related matters for its clients. A group of registered patent attorneys formed the firm as the first law firm in Middle Tennessee to practice exclusively in intellectual property law. The office of Patterson Intellectual Property Law is in the Roundabout Plaza at 1600 Division St., Suite 500, in Nashville. For more information, visit iplawgroup.com.