Attorney Passes U.S. Patent Bar Exam

Dickinson Wright Attorney Passes U.S. Patent Bar Exam

2/25/2009
Dickinson Wright is pleased to announce that attorney Jeremy J. Klobucar has passed the U.S. Patent Bar Examination. Mr. Klobucar is an intellectual property attorney practicing in the firm's Bloomfield Hills office. In order to represent clients before the United States Patent Office, attorneys are required to take and pass the U.S. Patent Bar Examination. The exam tests applicants? knowledge of patent law, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) rules, practice and procedure, and claim drafting. The exam also tests the ability to correctly draft claims, analyze factual situations, and apply the patent laws and USPTO rules and procedures, and the standards of ethical and professional conduct applicable to registered patent attorneys and agents. Mr. Klobucar is experienced in all areas of patent prosecution, including drafting and filing utility and provisional applications; litigation research and support; and patentability analysis. He also is a graduate of Dickinson Wright's IP Academy. Dickinson Wright is one of the only law firms nationally with its own IP Academy, where practicing attorneys train law students with technical and engineering undergraduate degrees to become intellectual property lawyers. Mr. Klobucar holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Michigan State University, and a J.D., also from Michigan State University, concentrating in intellectual property and communication law. For more information, visit www.dickinsonwright.com.
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