James W. Rose



Mr. Rose's practice is directed to patent prosecution, strategic patent portfolio development, and developing patents that can be enforced, licensed and/or litigated. Mr. Rose also specializes in counseling clients with regard to in-house matters, such as identifying key inventions and technologies, internal review of patent disclosures, and increasing the value of portfolios by filing patent applications, including continuation applications, covering the product and/services offered by clients and anticipating the same by competitors.

Mr. Rose has technical expertise in a wide range of technologies, including circuitry, computing systems including microprocessors, networking technologies, telecommunications, medical technologies, software applications, mobile "apps", semiconductor fabrication, and semiconductor fabrication equipment.

Prior to joining Beyer Law group, Mr. Rose worked in-house in both start-up companies and large corporations, as the VP of Intellectual Property at Wrap Media, Chief Patent Counsel at Voxer and Altera Corporation, and patent counsel at Sun Microsystems and National Semiconductor.

Mr. Rose is a registered U.S. patent attorney and a member of the State Bar of California since 1989. He also has a BSEE degree from Villanova University and a JD degree from the University of New Hampshire (formally Franklin Pierce Law Center).

Undergraduate Degree:

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Villanova University

Law Degree:

  • JD degree from the University of New Hampshire (formally Franklin Pierce Law Center)

Patents Mr. Rose has worked on:

US Patent 9,600,594 Wrap Media, LLC

Card Based Package for Delivering Electronic Media and Services

US Patent 9,600,803 Wrap Media, LLC

Mobile-first Authoring for Authoring of Wrap Packages

US Patent 9,634,969 Voxer IP LLC

Real-time Messaging Method and Apparatus

US Patent 9,621,491 Voxer IP LLC

Telecommunication and Multimedia management Method and Apparatus

US Patent 7,545,479 Voxer IP LLC

Apparatus and Method for Maintaining Immersion Fluid in a Gap Under the Projection Lens During Wafer Exchanges