Matthew Healey is a registered patent attorney who focuses on assisting clients in a variety of intellectual property matters. Clients rely on Matthew’s background in applied physics and extensive intellectual property experience, which includes:
- Preparing and prosecuting patent applications in electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, medical, optical, software, artificial intelligence, and mixed-reality technologies
- Leading IP strategy and invention disclosure meetings with diverse types of clients (from individual innovators to multinational corporations)
- Conducting virtual and in-person examiner interviews to expedite patent prosecution
- Coordinating with associates around the world to facilitate patent prosecution in various jurisdictions, including Europe, China, Japan, India, Singapore, and Canada
- Performing patentability, validity, freedom to operate, and non-infringement analyses
- Preparing and prosecuting trademark applications and design patent applications
Matthew served as a teaching assistant in experimental physics, focusing on experimental apparatus fabrication and BSCCO high-temperature superconductor experimentation. In collaboration with Western Digital, Matthew’s physics research focused on using magnetic force microscopy and vibrating sample magnetometry to analyze the magnetic domain morphology of multilayer films that show promise for use in data storage devices.
During law school, Matthew served as a research assistant in empirical law and economics and as a teaching assistant for criminal law and legal research and writing courses.
Active in the community, Matthew is a supporting member of Against Malaria Foundation, Sightsavers, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.