Expert knowledge in patent law
Eric Moore is no novice when it comes to patent law. In fact, after completing law school in 2015, he began his IP career by joining the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a patent examiner. During his tenure, Eric quickly earned a reputation for his outstanding work quality and high production rates.
Eric’s duties at the patent office included examining applications, performing extensive prior art searches, conducting applicant interviews, and preparing and issuing various office actions. This experience would give him the opportunity to develop his own ideas for advancing the economy through patents – ideas that have since become a reality. Today, Eric applies his expert knowledge to filing patents on behalf of inventors worldwide, preparing each application with the diligence of an attorney and the scrutiny of an examiner.
Speaking the language of software developers
Eric has worked within the computer science discipline for nearly a decade, first entering the field as a developer of military software. Additionally, as a patent examiner, he specialized in the computer networking art, which would further expose him to a broad range of inventions within this area. As a result, Eric possesses a deep understanding of computer-related technologies and now leverages his insight to support software companies in their efforts to make an impact in the lives of millions.
In addition to preparing patent applications and helping clients overcome patentability issues and rejections from the USPTO through strategic prosecution, Eric applies his legal skills and technical background to assisting in controversy resolution, including patent litigation.
In his spare time, Eric enjoys playing guitar, exploring technology and studying philosophy.
- Complex Software + IT
- Electronics + Semiconductor Technologies
- Communications Technologies
- Litigation + Dispute Resolution
- Patent Preparation + Prosecution
- J.D., summa cum laude, Ave Maria School of Law, 2015
- B.S., cum laude, Computer Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 2009
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Maryland State Bar