Frederick E. Cooperrider is a registered patent attorney. Earning several degrees and significant professional achievements beginning with the degrees of a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, and a Master of Science in Systems Management.
Frederick earned a Juris Doctor degree from Seattle University and is currently completing another LLM from George Washington University with further study in patent law. Moreover, he recently completed a two-year graduate-level update at Washington State University for semiconductor technology, highlighting devices and equally important, integrated circuit design and fabrication.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a Patent Examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for over two years, evaluating applications in the printer, facsimile, and image analysis areas. Furthermore, Mr. Cooperrider is a member of the Washington State Bar and the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).
With experience in engineering as well as intellectual property law, Mr. Cooperrider served as an international field service engineer for General Electric in power delivery systems. He occupied various engineering positions at Boeing Aircraft Company in Seattle.
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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