Chad Rink has worked as an attorney at BSKB since 2008.  He specializes in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications in the areas of chemical compounds, pharmaceutical compositions, polymers, catalysts, and chemical processing and synthesis. He has also prepared legal opinions regarding patent validity and product infringement in a wide range of subjects. Mr. Rink has practiced in the intellectual property field since 2004.

As part of his undergraduate degree, Mr. Rink spent over two years doing lab research on the synthesis of RNA ribozymes and wrote his thesis on the subject. This research eventually led to a published article in Organic Letters. During law school, Mr. Rink was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board and competed in the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.



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  • April 28, 2020

    Indefinite claims at the PTAB

    by Chad M. Rink and Hailey R. Bureau, Ph.D. | World Intellectual Property Review

    Chad Rink and Hailey Bureau, Ph.D. talk about indefinite claims at the PTAB and alternative routes in WIPR- Issue 1.

  • October 1, 2015

    Post Therasense: Why Supplemental Examination is Less Attractive

    by Eugene Perez and Chad Rink | World Intellectual Property Review

    It is likely that Therasense is the main reason that supplemental examination filings are so low and may not ramp up any time in the near future.