Patrick G. Wamsley

Patrick Wamsley is a registered patent attorney and practices all aspects of patent prosecution. Prior to becoming a patent attorney, Patrick worked at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as a patent examiner. Patrick specialized in analog to digital converters, data compression, decoders, encoders, filters, serial to parallel converters, and sigma-delta modulators.

  • Education
    • BSEE George Washington University
    • MEEE University of Virginia
    • JD George Washington University Law School
  • Admission
    • United States Patent Office
    • District of Columbia Bar
  • Membership
    • American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
  • Firm News

    FIRM NEWS:
    United States Patent and Trademark Office Expands Prioritized Examination (Track One) Program

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has further expanded their Track One prioritized examination program by increasing the annual limit on accepted requests. Previously, the USPTO only accepted 12,000 Track One requests per fiscal year, but this announcement increases the limit to 15,000 requests per year. Track One expedites the patent prosecution process […]

    FIRM NEWS:
    U.S. District Judge Alan Albright Provides Informative Update at the 2021 IPO Annual Meeting

    Judge Alan Albright assumed the bench in September of 2018 and has quickly made the Western District of Texas a premier venue for patent litigation. 24% of all patent cases filed so far in 2021 were filed in the WDTX, up from just 3% of patent cases filed in 2018. This significant increase in filings […]

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    Maier & Maier Drives Favorable Result at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB)

    The Maier & Maier litigation team successfully defended its client’s right to pursue trademark registration for its prominent jewelry brand, SAUER.  In April 2021, Opposer Nextten Stauer filed an opposition proceeding challenging two of Amsterdam Sauer Joalheiros Ltda.’s (“Amsterdam Sauer”) trademark applications for the marks SAUER and SAUER ESTD 1941. The opposition proceeding challenged the […]