Mr. Gajewski is an associate in the Mechanical Group. His work centers on utility and design patent application prosecution, and challenges to issued patents of both types. The look—or industrial design—of a new product can be just as valuable as its utility, particularly in keeping knock-off products off the market. Mr. Gajewski specializes in developing a full product-based patent protection strategy. This means working with inventors to home in on a new product’s innovative features, whether they be structural or aesthetic. Based on this, Mr. Gajewski prepares design and utility patent application strategies that intermesh, working to ensure that neither application is drafted or prosecuted in a way that could limit the scope of the other.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel A. Gajewski