Sean Salimi is an associate in the Intellectual Property Group with a focus on patent preparation and prosecution. With a background in software engineering, he has the ideal qualifications and practical knowledge to handle the technical complexities of his practice.
Sean prioritizes timelines and prompt communication with his clients to keep them clearly informed every step of the way – especially throughout prosecution of patent applications, one of his clients’ most common concerns. He has worked in a multitude of technical areas including computer software, hardware, and relevant systems; telecommunications; blockchain systems; aeronautics and aerospace; medical devices, systems, and methods; packaging sciences; and power generation systems.
J.D., UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law
B.S., Computer Science, University of Maryland Global Campus
B.A., Economics, Villanova University
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Extensive experience working in patent prep and prosecution with technology sectors including: computer software, hardware, and relevant systems; machine learning/AI systems; optical systems, software systems, electrical systems; blockchain systems; medical therapies; medical devices; packaging sciences; and power generation systems.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Reg. No. 80,078