Garth E. Coviello
Since 2008, Garth has lived and worked in central NY while assisting clients worldwide with patent, trademark, and copyright matters. In this time, Garth has prepared or prosecuted hundreds of U.S. and international patent applications related to LED lighting, electrical connectors, medical devices, surgical devices, turbines, power systems, refrigeration, radar, semiconductors, nanotechnology, machine tooling, software, and computer systems, among other technologies. Garth's technical education includes an undergraduate degree in physics and biology, and a master's degree from Binghamton University in philosophy with an emphasis on artificial intelligence, computer science, and systems science. Garth's technical experience also includes several years, prior to law school, engineering electrical connectors and robotic, automated manufacturing systems. In addition to patent preparation and prosecution, Garth counsels clients regarding matters such as licensing agreements, intellectual property infringement and enforcement, patent validity, patentability, and trademark registerability. Garth enjoys working with clients ranging from entrepreneurs to national-scale and international-scale companies, catering to each client's specific expectations and needs to provide strong intellectual property protection and a high value at a reasonable cost.
United States Patent & Trademark Office
State of New York
University of New Hampshire School of Law, J.D.
Binghamton University, M.A. in Philosophy, Computers, Cognitive Science (Artificial Intelligence focus)
St. Lawrence University, B.S. in Physics-Biology