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Grant B. Lukas Associate

Grant Lukas’ practice encompasses patent litigation and patent prosecution, covering a variety of scientific fields. In particular, Mr. Lukas specializes in pharmaceuticals, biosimilars, and biotechnology. Mr. Lukas also has a background in telecommunications and administrative law.

While attending law school at the Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Lukas held various positions. He was a Summer Associate at Rothwell Figg, where he conducted legal research for litigation and PTAB proceedings. He was a legal intern at the Wireline Competition Bureau’s Competition Policy Division at the Federal Communications Commission. In that role, he drafted sections to Commission reports and orders on wireline proceedings, guidance memos, and regulatory flexibility analyses. He frequently participated in ex parte meetings with industry constituents to develop policy. He was a Summer Associate at Telecommunications Law Professionals, PLLC, where he conducted regulatory research for wireless telecommunications clients to ensure they were compliant with federal and state regulations, including the FCC, Illinois Commerce Commission and the Ohio Department of Commerce rules, Equal Employment Opportunity rules, the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. He also advocated on behalf of clients in pleadings and petitions to the FCC, as well as in ex parte meetings.

Mr. Lukas is proficient at speaking and reading Japanese. Prior to law school, Mr. Lukas was an assistant English language teacher in the Shizuoka and Kyoto prefectures of Japan. In the Japanese public school system, he taught English to Japanese children from nursery school to junior high school.

Mr. Lukas attended Georgetown University Law Center, where he participated on the Georgetown Law Entertainment & Media Alliance Law Review and was a member of the Corporate & Financial Law Organization. He received a B.A. in marine affairs from University of Miami, double-minoring in biology and chemistry.