Scuderi, an inventor, became patent lawyer

Stephen P. Scuderi

Stephen P. Scuderi, a patent attorney, has joined Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C. in Albany.

Scuderi was a design engineer for more than 20 years before entering private practice as a patent attorney and is an inventor on several issued patents. As a patent attorney, he has had substantial experience in both corporate and law firm settings.

His practice involves all phases of intellectual property law, including the drafting of hundreds of patents in the electrical and mechanical arts, including internal combustion engine design, power generators, refrigerant recovery machines, safety mechanisms for firearms, ink-jet printers, computer memory arrays, and semiconductor wafer boat design.

Scuderi has written and prosecuted patents and patent applications for the semiconductor industry. Scuderi has advised national and international clients on patent and trademark prosecution strategies, reexamination filings, infringement and patentability opinions, licensing, and litigation, and also has experience in negotiating, drafting, and administering agreements related to corporate and intellectual property matters.

Scuderi has two bachelor of science degrees — in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and in electrical engineering from Western New England University. He also has a juris doctor from Western New England University School of Law, and a master of intellectual property from the University of New Hampshire.

Scuderi is a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

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