Justin Eurek is a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice. Justin focuses his practice on patent prosecution and strategic intellectual property counseling, with an emphasis on electronics and software. He has prepared and prosecuted patent applications over a wide range of technologies, including consumer electronics, autonomous vehicles and infrastructure, AR/VR/MR systems and peripheral devices, medical devices, renewable energy systems and control networks, micro-grid systems, computer peripherals, geographic information systems (GIS), digital audio workstations, media players, UI/UX technologies, and more. Justin has extensive experience with design patents including strategic design protection for patent applications filed in the U.S. and abroad for graphical user interfaces (GUIs), consumer electronics, retail and consumer goods, and food/beverage products. Justin counsels clients on intellectual property law, including clearances, freedom-to-operate, invalidity, non-infringement issues, invention evaluation and assessment, patent opinions, and patent prosecution.
Before joining the legal profession, Mr. Eurek worked as a product development engineer at AMD, Legerity Inc., and Sipex Corp., where he helped develop, qualify, test, troubleshoot, and release a wide range of semiconductor technologies.
Mr. Eurek was recognized as a Northern California “Rising Star” in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for Intellectual Property by Super Lawyers magazine.
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University of Illinois J.D. (2009)
University of Arizona B.S.E.E. (2000) Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2010)
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