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USPTO Gives New Guidance on Software Inventions

Earlier this month, the United State Patent and Trademark Office released new guidance for its Examiners to help them better determine when an invention is […]

Jan 25, 2019  •  Continue reading >

Woodard, Emhardt, Moriarty, McNett & Henry LLP Promotes Two to Partnership

Woodard, Emhardt, Moriarty, McNett & Henry LLP is proud to announce that Jeremy Gustrowsky and Michael Morris have been named to the firm’s partnership, which […]

Jan 3, 2018  •  Continue reading >

Software Patentability v. A Review of 2016 Federal Circuit Opinions

The January patent prosecution practice luncheon included a discussion of highlights from 2016 Federal Circuit opinions that addressed the patentability of software inventions. Although the […]

Jan 19, 2017  •  Continue reading >

House Passes Federal Trade Secret Bill

The House on Wednesday passed the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 which would allow individuals and companies to fight trade-secret theft in federal court. […]

Apr 28, 2016  •  Continue reading >

Federal Circuit Finds the Disparagement Provision of the Lanham Act Unconstitutional

This presentation provides information concerning the recent In re Tam case in which the Federal Circuit held that the disparagement provision of §2(a) of the […]

Feb 29, 2016  •  Continue reading >

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Jeremy J. Gustrowsky


Jeremy helps clients plan and execute intellectual property strategies to protect their ideas and brand their products and services. His clients range from entrepreneurs just getting started to mid-size companies, to large well-established corporations. Jeremy has significant experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the U.S. and abroad for a broad range of products with an emphasis on software and related technologies for internet and e-commerce, block chain technology, geo-fencing, hybrid drive systems, video rendering and processing, electronic gaming, radio communications, motor control, and heavy truck telematics. Other areas of involvement include electronics, conventional and geothermal HVAC systems, ozone sanitizing equipment, and truck lighting systems to name a few examples.

In addition to patent prosecution, Jeremy assists in litigation and dispute resolution related matters. He has successfully helped plaintiffs and defendants in domain name disputes using the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution (UDRP) process. Jeremy advises clients on how to avoid expensive patent litigation, or on how to reduce litigation expenses by invalidating competitor patents in court, or in the Patent Office using procedures like the Inter Partes Review (IPR) process. He also works with clients to provide freedom-to-operate, infringement/non-infringement, invalidity/validity opinions, competition monitoring and other proactive strategies to address competitor protection schemes.

Before becoming an attorney, Jeremy gained valuable, first-hand experience as a software engineer, manager, and senior consultant. He built and supported primarily web based solutions for e-Commerce, including business analysis, e-mail marketing, and insurance services. He also worked as a quality control technician at an electronics manufacturer in Illinois while studying electronics engineering technology.


  • University of North Carolina at Asheville
    B.S. Computer Science, 1999
  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
    J.D., 2010

Bar Admissions

  • Indiana, 2010
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2011

Speaking Engagements

Presenter and Co-Moderator, “Kids & Social Media: Yes, Everybody Really Is Doing It!” Indiana State Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2014.

Guest lecturer on various IP topics to graduating Computer Science students at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

Civic & Community Involvement

  • USO, Volunteer
  • Professional Affiliations

  • Indiana State Bar Association
  • Intellectual Property Section, Vice Chair
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Bar Leader Series, Class XIV
  • Hobbies and Interests

    Jeremy enjoys books and podcasts covering topics like history, technology, sports, and current events. He likes bringing his wife’s woodworking and interior design projects to life, and tinkering with various DIY projects around the house. He also enjoys spending time being involved in whatever activities his four kids are into at the moment, and he is a supporter and regular attendee at Trader’s Point Christian Church.