Jonathan E. Grossman, Esq.

PATENT STRATEGIST AND SMALL BUSINESS ATTORNEY

“Mr. Grossman provided one of the best services I have had the privilege to enjoy. In any field of collaboration. Simply excellent, reliable, flexible and very fair.”

CLIENT REVIEW, UPCOUNSEL

“Very happy! Jon did an excellent job on an extremely large and complicated patent, and worked long hours (including weekends!) to help me hit my tight deadline! I will definitely be hiring him again in future.”

CLIENT REVIEW, UPCOUNSEL

“I’ve worked with many attorneys, and Jonathan is absolutely phenomenal! He’s both highly expert and broadly experienced in the intricacies of patent law and was able to provide expert advice to assist with new developments such as Alice with regards to software patents. Jonathan has proven himself to be extremely responsive, very fair and honest in billing, and able to quickly understand even extremely technical and cryptographic discussions. I will absolutely be calling on Jonathan again. My highest recommendation!”

CLIENT REVIEW, UPCOUNSEL

Mr. Grossman advises established businesses and entrepreneurs on patent and trademark issues. He also assists businesses with contract drafting and negotiations, entity formation, and general legal needs. Mr. Grossman has guided clients through complex patent, regulatory, and transactional matters. He started his career at Goodwin Procter LLP in New York where he represented large, multinational corporations. He has experience participating in matters at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, district court litigations in a variety of jurisdictions, proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and arbitrations.

Mr. Grossman also worked as in-house patent counsel at an international pharmaceutical company. He participated in complex patent litigations, advised the business on patent strategies, drafted and negotiated agreements, and worked with product development teams. He also gained an understanding of business operations and experience advising personnel at all levels. Mr. Grossman’s work required travel to Europe and Asia and collaboration with individuals from many different cultures and business units.

Mr. Grossman is admitted in Illinois, New York, and with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He received his B.A. in chemistry from Northwestern University (with honors) and J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law. At KU Law, Mr. Grossman was a member of the Kansas Law Review, founded the BioLaw Symposium, graduated toward the top of his class, and was awarded the Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement for the most significant contribution toward overall legal scholarship.