Mr. Driscoll advises clients in a wide range of intellectual property (IP) matters, including the procurement and enforcement of IP. He also assist clients with IP Agreements, and IP due diligence. Mr. Driscoll advises clients with a “business” mindset to strategically, procure, and enforce IP, and particularly when conducting IP due diligence.
In 2013, Mr. Driscoll began working as a law clerk, where he worked full time and attended evening law school. As a clerk, and under the mentorship and supervision of Attorneys recognized by Chambers USA and listed as some of America’s Best Attorneys, Mr. Driscoll become proficient in the procurement of IP, supported the enforcement of IP, and conducted legal research. More specifically, he drafted patent applications, office actions, IP agreements (Non-Disclosure, Work-for-Hire, etc.) and patentability, non-infringement, and validity opinions. Since becoming an Attorney in 2018, Mr. Driscoll has continued to develop and expand upon these skills, among new ones.
Mr. Driscoll is also an Adjunct Professor at the University Of Detroit Mercy School of Law where he enjoys teaching the Intellectual Property Law Firm Program course, and mentoring students.
Mr. Driscoll is also a co-chair of Dickinson Wright’s Pro-Bono Committee where he works to facilitate, and participate in, Dickinson Wright’s Pro-Bono work.
Michigan Technological UniversityB.S., Mechanical Engineering
Michigan Technological UniversityB.S., Biomedical Engineering
University of Detroit Mercy School of LawJ.D.
- Order of the Engineer, Member
- Presenter, “Cancer & the Law: an Attorney’s Role in the Cancer Journey,” Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, May 2021
- Co-author, “Summary: SBA Financial Assistance Under the CARES Act”, Dickinson Wright Client Alert, April 2020