PETER D. SLEMAN

FOUNDING PARTNER

sleman@patentspace.net

(732) 795-0505

STELLAR PEDIGREE

Peter gained valuable experience at the esteemed intellectual property boutique of Darby & Darby, and later at Lerner David.  He aims to provide the same level of sophistication and service in a more efficient manner.  With lower overhead costs, Peter can dedicate more time to each client.

 

UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL MARKETS

Peter has represented a broad range of clients before the USPTO and has collaborated with associates from the European Patent Office, the Japanese Patent Office, the Canadian Patent Office and others.  As the world has gotten smaller, it is not uncommon for a company to design a product in a first country, source the raw ingredients from a second country, manufacture the parts in a third country, assemble  the product in a fourth country and sell the finished product in dozens of other countries.  Peter understands that today's global economy requires an approach to patenting that optimizes patent protection in this complex environment.

 

JACK OF MOST TRADES

Peter practices in a wide range of technologies including mechanical devices and electronic hardware and software.  Passionately curious, he is able get up to speed quickly.  Peter also stays abreast on changes in the law and publishes articles in a wide variety of IP publications and this site's blog.ask the right questions and

 

MASTER OF AT LEAST ONE

During law school, Peter gained valuable patent law experience at a major healthcare and pharmaceutical company.  He has since represented several Fortune 500 companies in the medical device industry in connection with an array of innovations.  With a biomedical engineering background, Peter enjoys practicing at the fascinating intersection of law, engineering, and medicine.

 

ADMISSIONS

2008, New Jersey
2008, New York 
2010, United States Patent and Trademark Office

 

EDUCATION

J.D., Seton Hall University, 2008 
B.S., Biomedical Engineering, with high honors, Rutgers University, 2005

Mathematics Minor