Adam Boger focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the areas of artificial intelligence, cyptography, cloud computing, networking, fintech, and blockchain-related applications. He has extensive experience addressing subject matter eligibility issues, conducting portfolio and patentability reviews, and drafting noninfringement, invalidity, and freedom to operate opinions.

After completing his doctoral studies at Case Western Reserve University, Adam founded ConservoCare, LLC to commercialize a medical device for individuals with spinal cord injuries. While at Case Western Reserve University, he also co-authored a successful $125,000 small business grant application with the NIH.

Prior to joining the firm, Adam was an associate at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, where he supported post-grant review proceedings, including the drafting of IPR and CBM petitions.


  

Winner of 2013 Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition, 2013 Elevator Pitch Competition, and 2012 Pitch-Off Competition at Emory University School of Law.




  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, and Gustafson KJ. 2013. Clinical Electrodes Achieve Similar Electrical Nerve Conduction Block. J. Neural Eng.10(5):056016
  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, and Gustafson KJ. 2012. High Frequency Sacral Root Nerve Block Allows Bladder Voiding. Neurourol Urodyn 31(5):677-82.
  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, Gustafson KJ. 2008. Bladder Voiding by Combined High Frequency Electrical Pudendal Nerve Block and Sacral Root Stimulation. Neurourol Urodyn 27(5):435-439.


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Adam Boger focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the areas of artificial intelligence, cyptography, cloud computing, networking, fintech, and blockchain-related applications. He has extensive experience addressing subject matter eligibility issues, conducting portfolio and patentability reviews, and drafting noninfringement, invalidity, and freedom to operate opinions.

After completing his doctoral studies at Case Western Reserve University, Adam founded ConservoCare, LLC to commercialize a medical device for individuals with spinal cord injuries. While at Case Western Reserve University, he also co-authored a successful $125,000 small business grant application with the NIH.

Prior to joining the firm, Adam was an associate at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP, where he supported post-grant review proceedings, including the drafting of IPR and CBM petitions.


  

Winner of 2013 Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition, 2013 Elevator Pitch Competition, and 2012 Pitch-Off Competition at Emory University School of Law.


  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, and Gustafson KJ. 2013. Clinical Electrodes Achieve Similar Electrical Nerve Conduction Block. J. Neural Eng.10(5):056016
  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, and Gustafson KJ. 2012. High Frequency Sacral Root Nerve Block Allows Bladder Voiding. Neurourol Urodyn 31(5):677-82.
  • Boger AS, Bhadra N, Gustafson KJ. 2008. Bladder Voiding by Combined High Frequency Electrical Pudendal Nerve Block and Sacral Root Stimulation. Neurourol Urodyn 27(5):435-439.