Michael focuses his practice on patent preparation and prosecution. He has an educational background in chemical engineering, bioengineering, and materials sciences, and he focused his graduate research on computational modeling of mechanical deformation behavior in titanium-based metallic glass composites.
He has experience as a patent agent in matters involving consumer products, materials handling vehicles, biomedical devices, communication technologies, and graphical user interfaces. As a patent agent, Michael performed patentability and invalidity studies, prepared patent applications, and routinely drafted client report letters, office action responses, and appeal/reply briefs for matters before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
- Capital University School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2022)
- CALI Awards for Excellence: Constitutional Law I and Election Law
- The Ohio State University (Ph.D., 2016)
- Materials Science and Engineering
- University of Dayton (B.C.E., summa cum laude)
- U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
- Dayton Intellectual Property Law Association