Richard Lowry advises clients in complex patent and trade secrets matters.

Mr. Lowry litigates intellectual property disputes and provides strategic counseling in a wide range of fields, including electric vehicles, semiconductors, consumer electronics, and telecommunications.

Mr. Lowry is comfortable in all stages of litigation, drawing on experience from pre-suit investigation, to Markman hearings and expert depositions, to trial and appeal. He has experience in major patent venues across the US, including district courts, the International Trade Commission, and the Patent and Trial Appeal Board. He also has cross-border experience coordinating patent strategy with parallel proceedings in countries such as Germany.

Leveraging his background as a former patent examiner and practicing engineer, Mr. Lowry has a unique ability to translate complex technologies into relatable stories that resonate with judges and juries. He excels in high-stakes situations where he is known for his relentless drive to help his clients achieve their goals.

Mr. Lowry also devotes considerable time to pro bono activities, representing disabled veterans in civil matters.

Mr. Lowry’s experience includes:

  • PPC Broadband, Inc. v. Amphenol Corporation (N.D. NY; PTAB) – Representing Amphenol regarding coaxial cable technology; successfully invalidated all asserted patents at PTAB across four inter partes reviews (over 100 claims)
  • SPG Dry Cooling USA LLC v. Evapco Dry Cooling, Inc. (D.N.J.) – Representing Evapco in multi-patent case relating to industrial air-cooled condensers
  • Amgen Inc. and Kai Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Aurobindo Pharma Limited, et al. (D. Del.) – Achieved successful resolution for Amgen regarding breakthrough treatment for severe chronic kidney disease
  • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd et al v. Verizon Communications, Inc. (E.D. Tex.) – Defended Verizon in a patent litigation regarding mobile device technology*
  • Panasonic Corporation v. Magna International Inc. (W.D. Tex.) – Represented Panasonic in assertion of its patented driver-assistance technology*
  • Commvault Systems, Inc. v. Cohesity, Inc. (D. Del.) – Represented Commvault in assertion of cloud and data management technology*
  • BlackBerry Limited v. Facebook, Inc., et al. (C.D. Cal.) – Represented BlackBerry in assertion of messaging, networking, and security patents*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • District of Columbia
  • US Patent and Trademark Office


  • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2016
  • B.A.Sc, University of Florida, 2010

Languages Spoken

  • English