Jake Otterbein assists the firm in patent prosecution related to electrical and computer technologies. He has knowledge in areas of physics, neuroscience, and computer programming.
Jake utilizes his science and technology background when working with clients. At Boston University School of Law, he worked as a student clinician in the BU/MIT Technology Law Clinic, helping BU and MIT students across a broad range of technology-related legal matters, and was the co-president of the Intellectual Property Law Society. As an undergraduate research assistant at UNC, he assisted on projects related to medical physics, conducting x-ray dosimetry experiments and processing and analyzing the resulting data. Additionally, Jake spent multiple Summers at SciTec, Inc., working on numerous software and computer programming projects.
Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield full time, Jake was a summer associate at the firm.
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- Classical piano