Brian Weber

Brian Weber

Intellectual Property Counsel, Pegasystems Inc.

University of Maine School of Law

Maine Law Class of 2007

IP Clinic Student, 2006-2007

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After graduating from the Maine School of Law, he joined the tech group at the law firm of Lowenstein Sandler PC, in Roseland, NJ. Within the tech group at Lowenstein Sandler, Bryan primarily handled intellectually property issues with a focus on patent preparation, patent prosecution and intellectual property litigation. He provided intellectual property advice to many early stage companies, as well as fortune 100 companies within the fields of telecommunications, financial services and computer software. After 4 years at Lowenstein Sandler, he transitioned to an Intellectual Property Counsel position at Pegasystems Inc. in Cambridge. At Pegasystems, he currently assists with invention development, patent prosecution, trademark protection and other intellectual property issues.

I found my experience at the Center for Law and Innovation/Maine Patent Program prepared me for my initial position at Lowenstein Sandler. Through my traditional IP classes I learned the theoretical foundation of intellectual property law, however, the Maine Patent Program help put this learning in motion. As a result, I had a working understanding of how to review an invention disclosure for patentability, assess trademark issues and discuss both of these issues with clients. I feel my experience at the Center for Law and Innovation/Maine Patent Program helped me hit the ground running in my first position after graduating from the Maine School of Law.

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