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Peter D. Mlynek

Peter D. Mlynek

Patent Law for Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech Industries
  • Patents, Intellectual Property
  • New Jersey, Pennsylvania, USPTO
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We help to solve clients’ business problems by providing legal and business advice related to intellectual property. Although not limited in industries that we serve, we specializing in working with clients in the chemical, pharmaceutical, or biotechnology business sectors. Our services include • Business Counseling: planning, developing and executing a patenting strategy that is consistent with the clients’ business goals. • US patents: drafting and prosecuting patent applications to clients’ inventions. • International Patents: working through non-US law firms to obtain patents in countries and areas around the globe. • Opinions: preparing freedom to operate opinions, patent invalidity opinions, infringement opinions, and due diligence analysis associated with M&A transactions. • Licensing of intellectual property. • Non-Patent IP Protection: by securing patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.

Practice Areas
    Patents
    Patent Appeals, Patent Litigation, Patent Prosecution
    Intellectual Property
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  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
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Pennsylvania
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USPTO
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Education
Rutgers University - Camden
J.D. (2007) | Law
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Honors: • Dean's List multiple semesters • A/A+/A- grades in Patent Law I, Patent Law II, Patent Prosecution Seminar, Drug & Device Law, Food & Drug Administration Law
Activities: President of the Rutgers Intellectual Property Law Association
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University of Wisconsin - Madison
Ph.D. (1996) | Inorganic Chemistry
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Activities: • Thesis: "Synthesis, Isolation, and Characterization of Variety of High Nuclearity Nickel-Antimony, Nickel-Bismuth, and Nickel Copper Carbonyl Clusters". Such clusters may model catalytic active sites in metal catalyzed reactions. • Major: Inorganic/Organometallic Chemistry • Minor: Analytical Chemistry. Classes in electrochemistry, spectroscopy, laser physics, chromatography. • 5 academic papers. • Synthesized organometallic and metal cluster compounds under anaerobic conditions via Schlenk equipment, drybox, as well as traditional organic synthetic techniques. • Isolated and purified compounds by solvent extraction, liquid chromatography, and crystallization. • Characterized compounds by multinuclear NMR, CV, HPLC, AA, MS, XRF, IR, and X-ray single crystal crystallography. • Developed new synthetic routes to organic ligands that were used as starting materials.
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University of Wisconsin - Madison
MBA (1993) | Finance, Investments, and Banking
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Activities: • 20 Graduate level classes in Business and related fields
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University of California - Berkeley
B.S. (1987) | Chemistry
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Activities: • Course work in all chemistry disciplines, including graduate level classes. • Four semesters of research in bio-inorganic chemistry: synthesized, isolated and characterized non-heme iron dioxygenase model compounds.
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596 Questions Answered
Q. If an inventor signs over all rights to his invention to a corporation, Is the corporation required to have an attorney
A: Not simply "an attorney". It must be a patent attorney (or a patent agent). Make sure that you are looking at patent attorneys only.
Q. Where do i go to discuss what i need for a US Patent.
A: There are many places on the internet (such as reddit) where you can discuss the patenting process, and the advantage/disadvantage of getting a patent for your business. You do not need to worry about what you need to get for a patent. That will be the job of your patent attorney. What you should worry about is: will the patent help you get where you want to go? Will a patent make sense to your business? That is a business decision that you need to resolve. To find out if it makes sense to get a patent, you should read the trade publications of your industry, or similar websites.
Q. RetailMeNot suing Honey for patent infringements.
A: It is possible for someone to start up another coupon site. You just have to be outside of the scope of the claims. In this particular case, the four patents have very long independent claims, suggesting that one should be able to work around these claims. If you are trying to start an online business then you need to get an atty to make sure that you do not infringe on these patents or any other ones. You may or may not be able to patent it and keep others from doing the same. This will be particularly helpful if your business takes off, and you are planning to eventually sell your business and its IP to a large company. But getting your own patents is a secondary concern. Your primary concern is to make sure that you are able to provide services to your clients. Good luck!
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Law Offices of Peter D. Mlynek
516 Eaglebrook Dr.
Moorestown, NJ 08057
Telephone: (856) 787-0880
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