New York City (Manhattan) Patent Attorney: Matthew DiMaggio, Esq.
Matthew DiMaggio graduated from the engineering school at Lehigh University with Academic Honors and has recently received his Juris Doctorate from the Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey.
Mr. DiMaggio is a licensed attorney in New York and New Jersey. Mr. DiMaggio is also a Patent Attorney, registered to practice in front of the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
Mr. DiMaggio has significant experience in the field of patent law. As a search analyst for Cardinal Intellectual Property, Mr. DiMaggio performed prior art searches for Patent Cooperation Treaty (“PCT”) patent applications filed with the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Furthermore, Mr. DiMaggio clerked for a reputable intellectual property law firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and participated in the Clinical Program at Rutgers School of Law where he served as counsel and team leader on numerous patent and trademark matters.
Mr. DiMaggio has drafted about two dozen patent applications which have been filed at the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Furthermore, Mr. DiMaggio has also performed numerous novelty searches and has prepared corresponding search reports for each search. Through his summer clerkships and external counsel roles, Mr. DiMaggio also has experience in with patent infringement litigation. Mr. DiMaggio has experience drafting patent applications in the fields of telecommunications, web 2.0 fields, software patents, business method patents, mechanical devices, electrical devices, and civil engineering.
During his undergraduate education at Lehigh, Mr. DiMaggio served as a research assistant on several on-going projects in the field of environmental biotechnology. His research and experiments on microbial attachment and transport through porous media has been contributed to numerous publications. While studying abroad in Ireland, Mr. DiMaggio’s research in environmental biotechnologically in wastewater treatment was used in preparation of an application to the Irish Patent Office, the patent for which has subsequently been issued.