The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office. We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medical Colleges, Cornell Tech and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva.
Former Partner at Ropes & Gray LLP
Larry Rogers is a patent attorney with more than 40 years of litigation, licensing, prosecution, and counseling experience. Recently retired, Larry was a partner in Ropes & Gray's Intellectual Property Litigation group, having joined the firm in 2005 when it merged with Fish & Neave, where Larry was also a partner. As lead trial counsel, Larry tried cases to both bench and jury in district court and before the International Trade Commission, and argued in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. His cases involved a wide range of technologies, including computer processors and systems, software, linear and digital integrated circuits, semiconductor processing, the Internet, cloud computing, cryptography, cellular and wireline telephony, Wi-Fi, security systems, video systems, medical devices, digital imaging, graphics, animation, financial services systems, and trading platforms. Larry also regularly advised clients concerning intellectual property licensing, asset management, due diligence, and post-grant (IPR and CBM) Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings. He was recognized for his expertise and results by Best Lawyers in America, New York Super Lawyers, and Managing IP as an "IP Star."
Larry received a J.D. degree from New York University School of Law in 1975, and a BS with Distinction from Cornell University (E.E.) in 1972.