Mark M. Meininger
Mark Meininger focuses his practice on patent prosecution—writing patent applications and prosecuting them in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With nearly 30 years of patent law experience, he has patented inventions in a wide variety of technical areas including electronics, computer and network systems, wireless and mobile systems, optics and displays, as well as satellite systems, sports equipment and electron optics. Mark’s clients have included some of the largest technology companies in the world, early-stage start-ups barely out of the garage and many mid-sized companies in between.
In addition to his prosecution work, Mark has managed a program that significantly curtailed importation of counterfeit products. He has taught both patent law and intellectual property law as an adjunct professor at Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark College, and at Willamette University Law School.
Resources & Ideas
- Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark CollegeJuris Doctor degree, magna cum laude
- Oregon Health and Science UniversityMaster of Science degree, Applied Physics
- Reed CollegeBachelor of Arts degree, Physics
Oregon State Courts
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Outside The Office
- Bicycling and hiking all over the Northwest, growing food in my yard, including lots of berries, and hobby welding.