Mark E. Tetreault

Mark E. TetreaultMark is a partner in the firm with a broad-based focus on the prosecution of patents and trademarks and counseling clients on the development of strategies for the protection and enforcement of their intellectual property rights. Mark has over 15 years of private practice experience and was recently named a Rising Star by “Super Lawyers.” Mark actively counsels clients in the areas of medical equipment and devices, nanotechnologies, surgical apparatuses, light emitting diode assemblies, high power laser systems and business methods relating particularly to the banking industry. Mark also has experience in providing comprehensive opinions on behalf of his clients for use in both enforcement and defense in the context of intellectual property litigation matters. With regard to trademarks, Mark has a great deal of experience developing, clearing and establishing protection for his client’s brand identities both domestically and internationally, while also developing and executing strategies for utilizing clients’ intellectual property portfolios to further their business objectives.

Personal Data
Born: Warwick, Rhode Island
Residence: Cranston, Rhode Island

Bar Admission
Supreme Court of Rhode Island
US District Court for the District of Rhode Island
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
United States Patent Bar

Academic Data
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
B.S. in Architectural Engineering, 1992
The Roger Williams School of Law, Bristol, Rhode Island
Juris Doctor, 2000

Professional Experience
Barlow, Josephs & Holmes, Ltd., Partner
Joined firm in 2000
O. Ahlborg & Sons, Inc., Cranston, Rhode Island, 1998-2000
Construction Project Manager
Dimeo Construction, Providence, Rhode Island, 1993-1998
Construction Project Manager
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 1992-1993
Technology Instructor

Rhode Island Bar Association
Boston Patent Law Association
American Intellectual Property Law Association
International Trademark Association
American Mensa Society

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