Boston, Massachusetts, Patent Reexamination Lawyer
The fact that a patent is issued does not always mean that the patent should have been issued in the first place, or that a patent holder will successfully be able to protect their rights if it becomes necessary to do so.
At Cesari and McKenna LLP, we assist patent holders, patent assignees, third parties, and alleged infringers with the process of petitioning for patent reexaminations at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In addition, we provide aggressive representation to clients whose intellectual property and patent portfolio assets are threatened by competitors' petitions for reexamination.
Patent law attorney Michael R. Reinemann manages our practice. Drawing from nearly 20 years of experience, Mr. Reinemann handles both ex parte and inter partes reexaminations of US patents.
Recently, Attorney Reinemann obtained a favorable preliminary result for a client in a pending ex parte reexamination proceeding. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office essentially adopted the patent invalidity analysis developed by Attorney Reinemann.
As part of this process, he conducts detailed studies of the public record and prior art behind the issuance of a patent, and represents clients with proposed, pending or existing patents in a number of different commercial areas including:
- Computer design
- High-performance server architectures
- Data migration
- Programming languages
- Data acquisition and instrumentation
- Medical devices
- Microwave-based systems
- Defense electronics
- Aerospace technology
- Heating, cooling and power generation systems
- Industrial equipment
Exceptional advice and representation for corporate clients on all sides of the patent reexamination process — Cesari and McKenna LLP. To schedule an initial consultation with IP lawyer Michael R. Reinemann, contact him online, call our offices in Boston, Massachusetts, at 617.830.4505, or call us toll free from anywhere in the United States at 888.309.1057.
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