Stephen Driscoll is a registered patent attorney, and has been practicing intellectual property law for over 25 years. He’s a practical, business-minded counselor who combines years of 1st chair IP litigation experience with extensive patent and trademark prosecution experience to manage his clients’ intellectual property issues and needs.
Stephen has prepared and successfully prosecuted hundreds of utility and design patent applications throughout his career, involving a variety of technologies –medical devices, biocompatible coatings, specialty chemicals, software/computer, fiber optics, active and passive optical devices, optical and electrical connectors, lasers and light emitting diodes, and telecommunications.
He has also frequently counseled clients in other aspects of intellectual property law, including litigation, licensing, and opinion work, as well as due diligence examinations, copyrights, trademarks, and post grant proceedings.
His awards and recognition include being named to America’s Leading Lawyers in Intellectual Property Law by Chambers USA, 2011 to Present; Best Lawyers in America, Intellectual Property and Patent Law, 2011 to Present; and IP Stars 2014 to Present, Managing Intellectual Property.
Steve is a program organizer and presenter at the annual PBI Intellectual Property Law Institute. He has also served on various non-profit boards, including Independence Seaport Museum (Philadelphia), the Conservation Center for Art and Historical Artifacts (Philadelphia).
Prior to law school, Stephen was an engineer for Reliance Electric Company. Immediately prior to joining Fisher Broyles, he was a Partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP.
- Rutgers Law School, JD, 1993
- University of Pittsburgh, MBA. 1990
- Lehigh University, BS Chemical Engineering, 1985
- New Jersey
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