Michael J. Druzinski

Mr. Druzinski’s practice focuses on all aspects of intellectual property law. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications for innovations in the chemical, electrochemical, metallurgical and mechanical arts. His particular field of expertise revolves around next generation alternative energy technologies including fuel cells, lithium ion batteries, and hydrogen storage and delivery systems. Mr. Druzinski also prepares and prosecutes trademark applications, assists in patent infringement and evaluation studies, and provides research and litigation support for a wide range of intellectual property matters.

Mr. Druzinski received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, with high honors, from Michigan State University, and a Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the Wayne State University Law School. During law school, he served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Wayne Law Review where he managed the scholarly content of the Law Review’s quarterly publication and organized the Law Review’s annual legal symposium. Additionally, Mr. Druzinski received numerous scholarships for academic excellence as both an undergraduate and a law student.

Mr. Druzinski is licensed to practice law in the state of Michigan and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. He is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and is a member of the Michigan Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, and the Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association.

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Phone:
(248) 689-3500

Fax:
(248) 689-4071

Assistant:
Karen Pesta

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123

Assistant Email:
pesta@reising.com


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