Robin represents clients in patent matters with a focus on the electrical, software and computer arts. He has particular experience in technologies involving cryptosystems, computer security, complex algorithms, electromechanical devices, imaging systems, power electronics, analog circuits, power tool mechanisms, orthopaedic medical devices and other devices and systems. Robin has significant experience drafting and prosecuting domestic and foreign patent applications and conducting patentability, invalidity and clearance analyses in various technologies.
Prior to private practice, Robin co-founded and operated a technology company, where he designed and developed websites using various programming languages. He was also a legal intern at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Civil Law Clinic and a research assistant to Professors Amy Cohen and Miriam Bitton.
Robin earned his J.D. from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where he served as managing editor of The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution and secretary of the Intellectual Property Law Society and participated in the Herman Moot Court Competition. Robin received his B.S. in mathematics from Purdue University, where he graduated with highest distinction and minored in both physics and American government. He also received his M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Purdue University, with a concentration in communication and signal processing. Robin has received numerous awards for exhibiting strong leadership and distinguished merit.
Honoree, Best Lawyers® "Ones to Watch", Intellectual Property Law (2022)
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- The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (2010)
- Purdue University (M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering) (2015)
- Purdue University (B.S. Mathematics) (2007)
- State - Ohio
- State - Indiana
- Federal - United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Indianapolis Bar Association
Participant, Bar Leader Series, Class XVII
- Indianapolis Intellectual Property American Inn of Court