Matt earned degrees in physics and business-economics at Brown University before... more
Matt earned degrees in physics and business-economics at Brown University before embarking upon a career as a technical consultant for Accenture, where he worked on large software installation projects, working with ERP solutions such as SAP and Oracle for large corporate clients such as GE, BSC and EMC2. In pursuit of patent law, Matt returned to Arizona to earn a joint JD/MBA from the Univers... view profile
I work on a diverse range of litigation matters, and represent clients ranging from... more
I work on a diverse range of litigation matters, and represent clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to large, multi-national corporations and federal agencies. Examples of matters I work on include commercial litigation, breach of contract, contract review and negotiation, construction law, internet law, employment discrimination, business formation, land transactions, land... view profile
Jeff Weiss, a U.S. Registered Patent Attorney based in the firm's Washington, D.C.... more
Jeff Weiss, a U.S. Registered Patent Attorney based in the firm's Washington, D.C. office and a partner in the firm, has been practicing law since 1987. Mr. Weiss has primary responsibility for the firm's patent and intellectual property litigation. Prior to joining the firm, he practiced commercial litigation with Irell Manella in Los Angeles and Ross, Dixon and Masback (now Ross, Dixon ... view profile
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