Jeremy B. Berman

Associate, Intellectual Property
Houston
2000 Wells Fargo Plaza
1000 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002
t 713.276.5361 f 713.276.6361
jberman@gardere.com

Jeremy Berman is a registered patent attorney, focusing his intellectual property practice on electrical, mechanical and software patent applications for corporate clients. He is experienced in a broad range of technologies including:

  • Electrical devices, such as analog and digital circuits as well as the fabrication thereof, wired/wireless communications devices, and electric motors
  • Computer software-based systems
  • Mechanical devices
  • Electromechanical devices as well as MEMS devices
  • Well logging devices, including nuclear, electromagnetic, and NMR well logging tools

A former in-house counsel for Schlumberger in Houston, Jeremy has extensive experience in oilfield service technologies, and in the varied business considerations involved in the filing of U.S. and foreign patent applications by corporate clients.

Jeremy has wide-ranging experience in the prosecution of domestic patent applications and all aspects of practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, as well as in the direction of the prosecution of international patent applications before numerous foreign patent offices. Jeremy has directed prosecution of patent applications before the European Patent Office, Nordic Patent Office, and the Gulf Coast Countries Patent Office, as well as the national patent offices of Canada, Great Britain, France, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, India, Australia, Israel, Malaysia, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Russia, Saudi, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, South Africa and Angola.

Jeremy is also experienced in the preparation and prosecution of domestic trademark applications, as well as the drafting of a large variety of agreements related to intellectual property, including nondisclosure agreements, joint development agreements, and license agreements.

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