Steven M. Freeland practices in all areas of intellectual property law, focusing primarily on the development, protection, and management of intellectual property. Steve assists clients with sophisticated patent portfolio management and the prosecution of complex patents, helping them to manage their patent assets using strategies tailored to further their business objectives.
In addition, Steve has extensive experience in providing clients with complex opinions concerning freedom-to-operate, patent validity, and patentability.
Steve's clients range from individual inventors and small technology-based companies to large multinational corporations who benefit from his background in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and chemistry. He has served clients in a wide spectrum of industries, including these:
Complex business and retail management
Irrigation and irrigation control
Wireless device applications
E-commerce and internet-based businesses
Optics and other technology areas
After earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University, Steve worked as an engineer for a leading chip design analysis company providing software to evaluate and confirm complex chip design and timing.
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