Brian Dingman is a member of Prince Lobel’s Intellectual Property practice group.  He is a registered patent attorney with 35 years of experience counseling clients in worldwide patent and trademark procurement strategies and enforcement.

His practice focuses on representing companies with critical intellectual property requirements.  He works with clients to develop strategies to procure patents in the United States and worldwide.  He writes and prosecutes patent applications as well as counsels and assists clients in clearing and procuring trademarks.

Brian also helps to position intellectual property for license or sale, and negotiates and drafts licenses and other intellectual property transfer agreements.

Brian is active in patent and trademark disputes.  He counsels clients in pre-litigation strategies and is an effective member of litigation teams.

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School, JD, 1986, cum laude
  • University of Massachusetts, BS in chemical engineering 1979

Bar Admissions

  • Registered Patent Attorney U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Massachusetts Federal and State courts
  • Massachusetts