Matthew is a registered attorney and specializes in the preparation and prosecution of US and international applications for patents in the electrical, software, chemical, and mechanical arts.
Matthew’s technical expertise includes chemical compounds, DNA sequencers, medical imaging (CT, US, MR, X-ray, PET, and SPECT), medical devices, electronics, and video and text analytics.
Before joining the firm, Matthew interned for Case Western Reserve University’s Technology Transfer Office. There, he worked with a broad range of arts including biochemical therapeutics, 3-D printing devices, and hospital communication devices. While in law school, Matthew volunteered at Case’s IP Venture Clinic where he focused on patent prosecution and capital acquisition matters for a local startup company.