Colin focuses his practice primarily on patent and trademark prosecution. He has represented clients across a wide range of technologies at the USPTO. Including medical devices, electrical appliances, devices, metal compounds, latch mechanisms, and computer and software-related inventions. Colin works with inventors from the initial concept through issuing a patent to develop the best strategy for the broadest protection.
Colin previously worked as a patent agent and later as an associate attorney for a boutique patent prosecution firm near Cleveland, Ohio. He has handled other intellectual property matters, including trademark prosecution, trademark oppositions, trademark enforcement, litigation, and copyright protection and litigation. Colin’s experience handling different intellectual property matters provides him with a unique and well-rounded perspective when counseling and advising clients on managing and protecting their intellectual property.
The University of Akron
The Ohio State University
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The Intellectual Property Attorney you hire to represent you and your business is one of the most important decisions you will ever make.
These are the values that guide this firm:
Having a lawyer is often the difference between success and failure. A good intellectual property lawyer is priceless. Without one, you’re basically out in the cold on your own. I have seen so much go wrong for clients’ businesses and even personal finances apart from the company.
– Jerry K Joseph Esq. Founding Attorney