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Andy-Peret
Areas of Practice
  • Electrical & Computers
  • Mechanical & Electromechanical
  • Medical Devices
  • Software & E-Commerce
IP Services
  • Freedom To Operate
  • Opinions
  • Patent Prosecution
  • Portfolio Management & Analysis
Overview
Education
Bar Admissions & Associations
Past Experience
Representative Patents
Overview
Overview

Andrew R. Peret is a registered patent attorney with expertise in the area of software, electrical and mechanical patent prosecution. Andrew has earned an engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.S.M.E., 1989) and has also earned a law degree and a Master of Intellectual Property degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire (J.D., M.I.P., 1996).

Andrew has prosecuted an extensive number of patent applications throughout the software and electrical field for the control and configuration of devices as small as integrated circuits and MEMS devices to the production, supply, transfer, control and storage aspects associated with electrical power producing devices (e.g., generators). Andrew has also prosecuted numerous patent applications relating to consumer products as well as the control and configuration of sensing devices.

Prior to attending law school, Andrew worked for Allen-Bradley (now Rockwell Automation) as a manufacturing engineer. Andrew also worked at Eaton Corporation as an electrical design engineer. At Eaton, Andrew worked on the development of a single-phase bypass contactor for solid state motor starters which resulted in Andrew becoming an inventor on U.S. Patent No. 5,337,214. Andrew was also an intern in the Corporate Licensing Office of Digital Equipment Corporation in Maynard, Massachusetts.

Education
Education
Franklin Pierce Law Center

Concord, NH, 1996, J.D.

Franklin Pierce Law Center

Concord, NH, 1996, M.I.P. (Master of Intellectual Property)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

B.S.M.E., 1989

Bar Admissions & Associations
Bar Admissions & Associations
Bar Admissions
Wisconsin

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Professional Associations
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Bar Association

Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association

Past Experience
Past Experience

Allen-Bradley (Rockwell Automation/Allen-Bradley), Manufacturing Engineer

Eaton Corporation, Electrical Design Engineer

Corporate Licensing Office, Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts, Intern

Representative Patents
Representative Patents

6,945,185
7,041,124
7,087,076
7,111,354
7,168,804
7,226,899
7,243,788
7,321,315 
7,361,044
7,724,136
8,264,396
8,344,941
8,368,551
8,546,817
8,576,324
8,594,507
8,622,043
8,633,784
8,829,855
8,836,802
8,890,340
8,907,658
8,942,854
8,963,349
8,963,508
8,980,666
9,263,329
9,275,975
9,281,716
9,293,914