Valued for his proven ability to analyze and present actionable solutions that are efficient and achieve his client's objectives, Joshua's holistic approach to advising on patent law ranges from prosecution and litigation to post-grant proceedings before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), including inter partes reviews (IPRs) and reexaminations, and appeals. Because Joshua advises on practically every aspect of patent development, protection and enforcement, he offers a unique perspective on and in-depth insight into the manner in which various strategies for patent preparation, prosecution, transactions, litigation and USPTO proceedings will impact one another. Joshua understands even the most cutting-edge technologies, including semiconductor devices, computer chipsets, wireless sensor networks, industrial automation and robotics, power distribution, bioinformatics software and medical devices. He works productively with clients, patent examiners and opposing counsel alike, always seeking to find common ground in order to overcome any obstacles in the way of his client's goals. Notably, Joshua delivers honed skill in the area of IPRs on behalf of both petitioners and patent owners. Many of his IPR matters have involved difficult or complicated technologies and points of law that required Joshua to develop innovative arguments. He has successfully represented clients in IPRs all the way through trial and appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.