Joe Falcon is an intellectual property lawyer registered as a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office patent attorney. As a member of the Intellectual Property and Business practice groups, Joe practices all phases of patent and trademark law, including prosecution, licensing, litigation, validity and infringement studies, and IP related business counseling. Joe assists clients ranging from early-stage startups to established companies in developing and commercializing patent portfolios and implementing strategies that meet the client’s business needs.
Examples of Joe’s work in the intellectual property arena include:
Asserting patent rights against willful infringers in a competitive market place
Counseling start-ups on ownership and procurement of patent and trademark rights
Crafting research and development agreements to meet IP ownership needs
Conducting patent due diligence in large scale acquisitions of international patent rights
Developing an IP portfolio to protect against competitor design arounds
Enforcing trademark rights against foreign entities distributing into the United States
Prosecuting post grant proceedings to broaden the scope of patent protection
Performing product clearances to manufacture parts for sale
Reviewing software license agreements to advise client on status of proprietary rights
Originally from Pittsburgh, Joe and his wife Laurie now reside in Newtown Square, Pa., with their three daughters, two dogs and two cats. He’s an avid golfer, and in the winter you can find him on the slopes snowboarding.
Emailing an attorney shall not and does not create an attorney-client relationship between the attorney and users of this web site or any other party whatsoever. An attorney-client relationship is ONLY established through a written engagement, and only where doing so would comply with all applicable laws and ethical rules.
Transmission of information on-line, over email, or through any electronic means can be unstable, unreliable and insecure. You should not send information or facts via e-mail relating to your legal problem or question. If you do not have an existing attorney-client relationship, your e-mail may not be privileged or confidential.
By clicking ‘OK’ below, you are agreeing to the terms of this web site.