Joseph S. Heino
is the practice leader of the Intellectual Property team and is experienced in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent, trade mark, copyright, and trade secret law, as well as licensing and franchising. He represents a wide range of clients in the local, regional and national manufacturing and service sectors, and helps those clients build fences around their intellectual property, allowing them to maintain technological and market advantages over their competitors throughout the world and in cyberspace. He has extensive experience in IP matters relating (generally) to electrical, mechanical and electromechanical technologies and (specifically) to scientific and medical devices, electrical and electronic devices, metal ionisation methods and devices, energy conservation techniques, automated machining, computer software and computer peripherals, as well as innovative business methods, trade marks and service marks.
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