Joshua A. Hamberger



Josh focuses his intellectual property practice on drafting and prosecuting complex patent applications, as well as licensing efforts, for large, high technology clients in the computer software and computer hardware fields.

A strong advocate of continuous improvement, Josh is highly sought by clients and colleagues for his extensive experience and comprehensive methodology in drafting meticulous patent applications. He begins each engagement with an immersive review of the client’s technology to ensure a thorough understanding of subject matter as well as goals and objectives. This allows for a strategic approach to the drafting process, in which he can describe the invention using a variety of scopes for comprehensive claim amendment options during prosecution and for more complete coverage when the patent prosecution phase is complete. In addition, Josh has presented internal and external programs on improving work quality during the patent application drafting process.

During his career, he has drafted and prosecuted thousands of patent applications for numerous mid and large cap technology companies in technical fields such as 3D computer graphics hardware and software, microprocessors, machine learning, video codecs, memory and cache systems, virtual reality devices, digital security, capacitive touch sensors, network-based media distribution, field programmable gate arrays, computer virtualization and other fields.

Josh has also supported licensing efforts, which included patent portfolio mining efforts, field research, claim charting, strategic portfolio discussions, and other efforts.

Previous Work and Industry Experience

Josh has practiced intellectual property law at both national and smaller New York City-based intellectual property boutique firms.

Life Beyond Law

Josh is a technology and science enthusiast as well as a self-proclaimed news junkie. He probably has far too many hobbies, some of which include website and video game programming, photography, and music.




Josh has extensive patent-related experience with a wide range of technologies including:

  • Microprocessors
  • Graphics Processing
  • Ray tracing
  • Machine learning (hardware and software)
  • Video Codecs
  • Memory and cache systems
  • Integrated circuit power control
  • Virtual reality devices
  • Digital security
  • 3D modeling software
  • Video streaming
  • Web-based software technologies
  • Capacitive touch sensors
  • Field programmable gate arrays
  • Analog cameras and equipment
  • Lenses
  • Digital cameras
  • Aerospace
  • Military systems
  • Medical devices



Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D.

Cornell University, B.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering


  • New Jersey
    New York
    U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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