Intellectual Property


Ben Maggin is an associate in Brown Rudnick’s Intellectual Property practice. He is experienced in patent prosecution, including developing patent strategies, preparing U.S. and international patent applications, and conducting freedom-to-operate and infringement analysis. His practice involves a variety of technical areas including medical devices and implants, biotechnology, mechanical and electromechanical devices, energy, and telecommunications.

Previously a member of Brown Rudnick’s Corporate practice, Ben has experience in a variety of transactional and licensing matters.

Ben served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Lloyd D. George in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada.

Prior to attending law school, Ben worked at the National Institutes of Health, performing genetics research in the area of axon guidance and neural connectivity.


University of Pennsylvania Law School – J.D., 2013
University of Maryland – B.A., B.S. (Hons), 2007

Bar Admissions

New York
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
“Subcellular co-localization of Arabidopsis RTE1 and ETR1 supports a regulatory role for RTE1 in ETR1 ethylene signaling,” The Plant Journal, January 2008
Professional Affiliations
Phi Beta Kappa