Jeffrey L. Doyle

An attorney since 2002, Mr. Doyle has extensive experience in a broad range of domestic and international intellectual property law matters. His experience includes patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution and litigation, infringement and clearance opinions, and opinions relating to patentability of inventions, validity of patents, and registrability and use of trademarks. His experience also includes the preparation and negotiation of intellectual property-related agreements, including license and joint development agreements, as well conducting corporate due diligence investigations relating to intellectual property issues and corporate portfolio management.

Mr. Doyle has prepared and/or prosecuted patent applications in a wide variety of technologies ranging from medical devices and medical imaging systems to bowling and billiards equipment, and including additional technologies such as, for example:

  • Automotive and marine fuel delivery systems;
  • Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems;
  • Computer network power and workload management systems;
  • Battery charging systems and methodologies;
  • Vehicle Active Safety Systems;
  • Beverage generation systems; and
  • Model train accessories

While in college, Mr. Doyle was a member of the cross country and track & field teams; and during law school, he had the honor to serve as an intern for U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence P. Zatkoff of the Eastern District of Michigan.

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