Gregg Scheiferstein has a diverse practice in intellectual property law and is committed to understanding his clients’ needs and helping them grow through innovation and brand protection. He dedicates a large portion of his practice to patents with strategic value focused on carving out technology sectors in which you can exclusively operate. When patents are prepared/prosecuted in a rushed and cheap manner, a granted patent is often worthless. To obtain a valuable patent, Gregg seeks to establish a clear and concise IP strategy based on the company’s specific needs, helping to identify areas of opportunities that may lead to increased sales, profits, and market valuation of the company.
As a registered patent attorney, Gregg has experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a variety of technological areas, including energy storage, battery management systems, solar and wind energy generations, electric motors, battery thermal management systems, battery systems for thermal runaway mitigation, RF MMICs, antennas, semiconductors, power regulation, traditional energy generation, biomedical devices, business methods, aircraft engines, medical devices mechanical structures, mining devices, electrical systems, boat structures, chemical formulas and coatings, and software and blockchain technology. Gregg also has experience with clients developing brand protection strategies through trademarks and copyrights.