Matthew I. DeIulio
Not admitted in South Carolina
What you should know about me:
I most enjoy working with clients that view IP as a fundamental commercial asset and understand the benefit of thinking outside the box. Rather than focus on what a product or technology looks like, I focus on crafting creative IP that protects profit streams and carves out market niches that extend well beyond the original 1.0 concept.
- Known to be driven, hard working, and creative
- Enjoys restoring vehicles (currently working on a 1972 Honda CB 350)
Prior to joining Dority & Manning in 2019, Matt began his practice in Cajun Louisiana in 2012 working in oilfield drilling and exploration technology. Matt then spent six years at a boutique firm in Austin, Texas working closely with inventors and in-house counsel to craft strong IP in the automotive, aerospace and semiconductor arts. Matt’s ten years of collective experience have allowed him to explore a wide range of mechanical and electromechanical arts and work with a diverse group of industrial leaders and thinkers. Through this experience he has gained a vast knowledge of IP harvesting and client development.
Background & Credentials
- Georgia Institute of Technology (B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2009)
- Tulane University School of Law (J.D., 2012)
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- American Bar Association
- ProBono Projects
- Children’s Hospital Volunteer
- Managing Editor, Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property
- Courts left with little guidance following the Supreme Court’s decision in Bilski v. Kappos, 13 Tulane J. Tech & Intel. Prop. 285 (2010).
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