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Steven Blaine

Patent Agent
Louisville

Steven Blaine
Practice Group
Intellectual Property

Steve Blaine is a registered patent attorney, experienced in drafting and prosecuting utility and design patent applications, as well as trademark and copyright registration applications.

As part of the Intellectual Property, Media & Technology team, Steve drafts and prosecutes patent applications covering software and electro-mechanical inventions, consults with corporate client inventors and evaluates disclosures for patentable inventions, and maximizes clients' rights abroad by liaising with foreign agents.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Steve was in-house intellectual property counsel at a NASDAQ-listed, global telecommunications software corporation. Steve also handled intellectual property matters at two large, general practice firms in the Midwest, including supporting infringement litigation efforts through research and motion practice.

Steve's legal education was intellectual property-centric, and after law school he supplemented his background and interest in computer science with additional studies in general engineering, culminating in passing the Fundamentals of Engineering (formerly Engineer-in-Training) licensing exam.

Steve has worked with a variety of technologies, including the software, computer, medical device, mechanical, telecom, pest control, e-commerce, and business method arts.

Representative experience

Patent prosecution matters for a Fortune 20 e-commerce and cloud computing corporation, working directly with in-house counsel and inventors.

Education and admissions

Education

  • J.D., University of Dayton, 1995
  • B.A., Bellarmine University, 1992

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Kentucky
  • Indiana
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