Joseph R. Meaney
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Admitted to Practice Law in 1996
- IP Licensing
- I can work with your company from its infancy and serve as or assist your general counsel. It’s a joy to work on dozens of matters with the same company over the years.
- There are no cookie cutter situations with patents and trademarks. I craft strategic solutions that works for you and are tailored to fit our needs and your budget.
- I see it as my job to distill information about your invention from you and present it in the way that the USPTO can understand, so that the result will be a patent that will provide you the most value.
- Practicing law is a service industry. I will go the extra mile to make sure you understand what’s going on in your case and be available to thoughtfully answer all your questions.
- U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals Federal Circuit
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- Don’t Jeopardize Your Patent by Sharing Too Much
- Power and data port interface for electronic devices operating in extreme environments (patent)
- Method of sample preparation for epidermal nerve fiber density testing (patent)
- System and method for selling customer-specific data subsets on a third-party website using a web widget (patent)
Arizona State University
- Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude, American Jurisprudence Award – Torts, American Jurisprudence Award – Criminal Law, 1996
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude, 1989
Three Things You May Not Know About Me:
- I practiced civil engineering for four years prior to law school.
- I played Division III college baseball (pitcher)
- I can ride a unicycle.