Roger Lang focuses his practice on preparing and prosecuting patent and trademark applications, as well as patentability searches and opinions. He is experienced in a wide range of electrical and mechanical arts, as well as software and business method patents. Roger’s industry experience includes software, telecommunications, medical devices, consumer electronics and appliances, agricultural equipment, automotive equipment, wire and cable manufacturing, and firearms and firearms accessories.
While in law school, Roger was a member of William Mitchell’s Student Intellectual Property Law Association. He served as a Student Certified Attorney in Minnesota and represented pro bono clients in Housing and Bankruptcy Courts. In addition, Roger was admitted under Georgia’s Third Year Practice Act and interned with the Clayton County Solicitor General’s Office, where he arraigned over 150 defendants, served as lead counsel in several misdemeanor trials (bench and jury), and successfully defended motions to suppress in DUI cases.
Prior to entering the practice of law, Roger was a Research Assistant at Georgia Tech, where he conducted research in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Chemical Vapor Deposition. In addition, Roger taught courses in experimental engineering, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, and thermal systems engineering. As a holder of a pilot’s license, Roger enjoys flying airplanes in his spare time. Other activities Roger enjoys are hiking, camping, and cycling.
St. Paul, MN, Juris Doctorate, 2011
Atlanta, GA, M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2005
Atlanta, GA, BS., Mechanical Engineering, 2002, with Honors