Drew Wilson is an Associate in Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s Intellectual Property practice group. Clients turn to Drew for representation in nearly every major category of intellectual property litigation, including patent infringement, trademark infringement, prosecution and opposition, copyright infringement and policing actions.
Drew’s degrees in computer and software engineering uniquely qualify him to support high tech firms. He has participated in many stages of case development that include cease and desist letters, expert reports, discovery, motion practice, conducting document review, and deposition preparation. Drew has second chaired numerous motions and oral arguments and first chaired one motion victoriously.
He enjoys scuba diving and he is a competitive shooter of handguns and rifles.
- Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie (legacy firm Christie Parker & Hale LLP), Associate, 2015-present
- Kirkland & Ellis, LLP, Associate, 2011-2015
- Honorable Sue L. Robinson of the District of Delaware, Law Clerk, 2010-2011
- U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division, SLIP Summer Intern, 2010
- Honorable Thomas O’Neill Jr. of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Extern, 2008
- Managing a trademark dispute involving an in-home healthcare provider in the District Court for the Central District of California
- Obtained a favorable settlement for a major computer networking device manufacturer in a proceeding before the ITC
- Represented a major retailer of personal care products in a trademark action
- Advised a major manufacturer of hair care products about the viability of its claims against an international competitor in a trademark action
- Favorably settled a trademark litigation action against a credit monitoring vendor
- Favorably settled several trademark litigation actions against knife importers
- Arbitrated a breach of contract claim against a major motion picture studio
- Completed an internal compliance review and drafted a recommended policy for a client's participation in industry groups
- Assisted in the policing of intellectual property for a major television studio
- AIPLA - Past President's Award Winner
- Rutgers Intellectual Property Law Society - President and Founder
- Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy - Notes Editor
- Rutgers School of Law - Professor Michael Carrier, Research Assistant, 2009-2010
- ABA Intellectual Property - Award Recipient