F. “Klin” Rothenberger IV is an intellectual property attorney. Through prosecution and litigation, Klin assists clients with patent, copyright, and trademark protection. Klin is a registered patent practitioner, having successfully passed the patent bar.
Klin graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in electrical engineering in 2018, specializing in electromagnetics and microwaves. While in college, Klin was a member of the Corps of Cadets. While in the Corps, he joined the O.R. Simpson Honor Society and graduated with a Leadership Study and Development Certificate from the Hollingsworth Leadership Excellence Program. Klin also minored in Chinese and received a Project Global Officer Scholarship, allowing him to travel to Qing Dao, China, for a twelve-week study abroad program. Klin continued his studies after graduating, spending four months in Gui Yang, China, to practice Mandarin.
Klin also received his law degree from the Texas A&M University School of Law with a concentration in intellectual property. Klin had the opportunity to join the school’s patent clinic, where he worked with low-income inventors to protect their ideas. Klin worked as a summer associate at Barta, Jones & Foley P.C. in 2020, where he created amendments and arguments for various USPTO Office Actions. Klin also worked as a summer associate at Carstens, Allen & Gourley, LLP (then Carstens & Cahoon, LLP) in 2021. He drafted utility patent applications and produced reply briefs, complaints, and subpoenas for intellectual property litigation.
Klin enjoys traveling, skiing, hiking, board games, and spending time with his family and friends. He loves technology and building computers and is a virtual-reality enthusiast.