Joshua I. Rudawitz, an Intellectual Property (IP) & Technology associate in global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Boston office, has been elected as a President’s Council at Boston Children’s Museum board member.
BOSTON, Oct. 17, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Joshua I. Rudawitz, an Intellectual Property (IP) & Technology associate in global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP‘s Boston office, has been elected as a President’s Council at Boston Children’s Museum board member. As a member, Rudawitz will support the museum’s mission and vision by ensuring and establishing adequate resources, promoting effective organizational planning, and enhancing the museum’s public image and outreach as ambassador. Rudawitz’s responsibilities also include attending the board annual meeting, attending and/or hosting museum events, joining task forces or committees to help achieve the museum’s active goals, and providing meaningful financial support through various donation efforts.
Rudawitz has more than 15 years of multifaceted strategic intellectual property law experience, including as a primary patent examiner with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and counsels clients of all sizes with their IP needs. He focuses his practice on the preparation, prosecution, and management of trademark and patent portfolios. With a sound business minded foundation, he counsels his clients on IP portfolio development ensuring that their portfolio meets and exceeds their objectives. He has deep technical experience in fields including medical instruments and devices; consumer electronics; software and mobile applications; business and commercial methods turbine engines; additive manufacturing; and exoskeleton devices.
The Boston Children’s Museum is a nonprofit organization with the goal to engage children and families in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of the world, develop foundational skills, and spark lifelong love of learning. The museum’s President’s Council is a unique group of individuals that help the museum establish and maintain essential community connections and partnerships, seek resources and financial support for the museum from individuals and businesses, and demonstrate personal leadership in educating others about the museum’s work and philosophy.
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