Fox Rothschild , LLP with more than 500 lawyers in 16 offices delivers a full range of legal services — from the traditional (Litigation, Corporate, Labor and Employment) to the emerging services (Intellectual Property and Tech and Venture Finance).
Richard Woodbridge in the Princeton Office focuses his practice in mechanical and electrical inventions, with an emphasis on computers, computer software, technology transfer, licensing and the organization of high technology businesses. He has particular experience in all areas of intellectual property, including: patents, trademark and copyrights, corporate and business start ups, licensing, litigation, negotiations, computer law, and communications law.

Dick has appeared often on public television and radio and is the editor and chief author of Protecting Intellectual Property Under New Jersey Law, published by the Cambridge Institute, and co-author of the 1989 edition of Marketing Your Invention, a booklet published by the American Bar Association.
Dick also served as an elected member of the Princeton Borough Council for 11 years, including two years as Council president. He was subsequently elected committeeman for Princeton Township, where he served as mayor from 1991 through 1992.
Dick’s representative cases include H.W. Wilson Co. v. Princeton Microfilm.

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