Carrington Coleman is expanding its intellectual property practice with the addition of patent attorney Stephen L. Levine. Steve’s practice is focused on patent and trademark prosecution, portfolio management, and client counseling.
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Mr. Levine works with clients ranging from individual start-up companies to a Fortune 250 North Texas-based technology corporation. He helps to secure and protect patents involving:
• Electronic devices and systems
• Semiconductor circuits, devices and fabrication
• Processor and memory architectures
• Signal processing
• Software systems and methods
• Electromechanical and mechanical systems
• Consumer devices
• Biomedical devices
He joins Carrington Coleman from the Dallas-based IP law firm Anderson & Levine LLP, which he co-founded in 1995.
“Steve has a unique set of experiences and expertise that will benefit both the technically focused client as well as our growing IP practice,” says Carrington Coleman Managing Partner Bruce Collins. “When I think of how his work meshes with what we are currently doing, I am excited for the future of this practice group.”
Earlier this year the firm added patent litigators Mark C. Howland, Samuel E. Joyner, and Chijioke Offor to complement its existing copyright/trademark licensing, protection, and management work. The IP attorneys in the firm’s Dallas and Longview, Texas, offices also advise clients on data privacy and cybersecurity matters.
Mr. Levine is a 1988 graduate of The University of Texas School of Law and earned his undergraduate degree, with honors, from The University of Texas in 1985. As a former electrical engineering student, he was assigned to two shuttle missions as a NASA space program intern before entering law school.