BrownWinick attorneys are experienced at securing intellectual property by leveraging patent, trademark, and copyright laws. We represent companies and individuals in the following industries: Agribusiness, Banking & Finance, Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical, Cell and Molecular Biology, Construction, Education, Environment, Food & Beverage and Entertainment, Gaming, Government, Healthcare, Infrastructure & Energy, Insurance, Manufacturing, Media, Non-Profit, Real Estate, Renewable Fuels, Technology, Wholesale, Retail and Distribution. With degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, cell biology, molecular biology, and chemistry, BrownWinick attorneys are highly capable of serving needs across a wide range of technologies. No matter how complex, or simple, BrownWinick attorneys are here to help you.

Intellectual Property Attorneys

David M. Breiner
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Michael A. Dee
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Alex M. Johnson
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Thomas D. Johnson
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Brant D. Kahler
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Caitlin M. Klingenberg
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Drew D. Larson
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Brian S. McCormac
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Jordan E. Meggison-Decker
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Christopher A. Proskey
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Brian P. Rickert
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Christopher R. Sackett
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Camille L. Urban
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Melinda A. Vander Velden
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Jonathan B. Soike
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Blog Posts

Claiming Color as Part of a Trademark

September 19, 2019 A trademark is a symbol used in commerce to identify a source of goods and services. This symbol often takes the form of a logo, word(s), Read…

Bankrupt with Bygone Rights: Supreme Court Tackles Tough Trademark Issue

August 22, 2019 Article written by BrownWinick 2019 Summer Associate, Mackensie Graham, and BrownWinick attorney, Jordan Meggison-Decker In a recent Supreme Court case that bridged the areas of Read…

Principal Trademark Registration vs. Supplemental Trademark Registration

November 8, 2018 Prosecuting a trademark at the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) is one of the most strict administrative proceedings in the world. The USPTO Read…

How to Raise Money for Your Business - Part 2: Micro-Loans

September 19, 2018 Getting a business started is like approaching a massive steel wheel. There are no axels, no motors, just you, an idea and the wheel. The Read…

How to Raise Money for Your Business - Part 1: Grants & Programs

August 20, 2018 Quick’s Design & Construction is what I called my failed business. My 20-year-old self started a construction business with the goal of paying my rent Read…