Brian J. Paul

Brian J. Paul

ATTORNEY

Brian J. Paul is a member of the Florida Bar and a Registered Patent Attorney.  He represents clients in a full range of intellectual property matters including patent, trademark and copyright.  His patent practice emphasizes medical device, life science, and mechanical arts.

Mr. Paul holds a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law and a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University of South Florida.

Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Paul was a Technology Transfer Extern at the University of South Florida, Office of Patents & Licensing.  In college, Mr. Paul worked as a Mental Cognition & Psychology Researcher and HIV Sequencing and Mutation Analyst.

Brian J. Paul is a member of the Florida Bar and a Registered Patent Attorney.  He represents clients in a full range of intellectual property matters including patent, trademark and copyright.  His patent practice emphasizes medical device, life science, and mechanical arts.

Mr. Paul holds a J.D. from Stetson University College of Law and a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from the University of South Florida.

Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Paul was a Technology Transfer Extern at the University of South Florida, Office of Patents & Licensing.  In college, Mr. Paul worked as a Mental Cognition & Psychology Researcher and HIV Sequencing and Mutation Analyst.

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