Senior Partner, Cogent Law Group
Intellectual Property & Business
Andrew Hirsch is both an attorney and entrepreneur. He is a licensed intellectual property lawyer with more than 25 years of experience in international commercial trade and business development advocacy. Andrew has represented private sector companies, the US Department of Commerce, and the Patent and Trademark Office with foreign businesses, governments, and international organizations.
Besides being a partner at Cogent Law Group, Andrew currently serves as general of a non-profit, the International Intellectual Property Institute (“IIPI”). Additionally, he builds technology-based startups directed toward solving significant problems facing human civilization.
ENTREPRENEURIAL AND LEGAL OVERVIEW:
In addition to practicing with Cogent, Andrew is currently the Director General of IIPI where he provides education and guidance about intellectual property rights to leaders and innovators in developing countries with a strong focus on China. He has acted in various capacities as a co-founder, board member, advisor, in-house and outside General Counsel and C-Suite business member for startups. Andrew’s interests are in the interconnectedness of technology innovation, intellectual property, entrepreneurship, knowledge and intangible asset management, as well as the strategy and the roles that they play in establishing knowledge-based economies.
Andrew’s combined experience includes more than 25 years advising corporate and senior government leaders in complex and multidisciplinary situations. This has cultivated extensive experience in international commercial trade and business development advocacy representing private sector companies and the US Department of Commerce and Patent and Trademark Office with foreign businesses, governments, and international organizations.
The George Washington University
MA History, 1992 - 1993
The George Mason University School of Law
JD, 1997 - 2000
BA History, 1988 - 1992
Provides counsel on cases involving intellectual property, international commercial trade, and business development
The International Intellectual Property Institute ("IIPI") is an organization that provides education, training, analysis, advice, and guidance to leaders and innovators about the use of intellectual property ("IP") rights as tools for creating the intellectual infrastructure necessary to support just and sustainable technology-driven economic growth and the evolution of knowledge-based economies.
General Counsel & Co-Founder
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