David M. Breiner
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I am a patent, trademark, and copyright attorney with the BrownWinick law firm. It is my job to help clients find the best way to protect their intellectual property. My time is spent on a variety of tasks ranging from protecting a client's trademarks to protecting a client's inventions. If you need help understanding what types of intellectual property you own and the best way for protecting it, please let me know.
I learned the best way to help a client protect his or her intellectual property is to listen, understand, and ask questions. I look not only at the client's immediate needs, but the needs the client may have in the future. Once I understand these needs I strive to develop strategies for protecting the client's intellectual property. Sometimes the strategy resembles a shield, other times a sword, more often than not; a mixture of both.
More About Me
I became a patent attorney because I love learning new things and enjoy working with creative people. In fact, working with innovative people was my motivation for going back to law school. Before law school I worked as a licensed professional engineer in the power industry. Prior to that, I completed a bachelor's degree in biology, a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and a master's degree in engineering mechanics. I graduated with honors from the Washburn University School of Law and thereafter worked for a top 5 patent law firm in Washington D.C.
- Patent Law
- Trademark Law
- Copyright Law
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University of Nebraska
B.S., Biology, 1989;
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1994
University of Nebraska
M.S., Engineering Mechanics, 1997
Washburn University School of Law
J.D., with Dean's Honors, 2006
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2007;
Memberships & Associations
- Polk County Bar Association
- Iowa State Bar Association
Member; Intellectual Property Law Section
- American Bar Association