Recognized since 2013
Richard Myers is a Registered U.S. Patent Attorney. His practice focuses on patent-related aspects of intellectual property, including counseling clients on patent infringement, patent validity, and patentability. He has more than two decades of experience with the patent prosecution process. As a former patent examiner and an attorney in the private sector, he has examined or prosecuted over 600 patent applications. With an academic background in chemistry, Richard's practice primarily focuses on life sciences technology, including a wide variety of chemical and pharmaceutical arts.
While serving as a patent examiner, Richard examined patent applications directed to organic chemical compounds, and their methods of use. He issued patents to many international companies.
From 1997-99, Mr. Myers worked with a law firm in Falls Church, Va. He also served as a Patent Examiner with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Richard enjoys golf, hiking, hunting and fishing. He is involved with his children's many activities and enjoys returning to Mississippi for Delta State Alumni activities and Ole Miss football games.
Contact & Links
- Lawyer Page: http://www.stites.com/attorneys/richard-s-myers-jr
- E-mail: email@example.com
- 401 Commerce Street, Suite 800
Nashville, TN 37219
- University of Mississippi , J.D., graduated 1994
- Delta State University, BS, graduated 1991
- Tennessee, Tennessee Bar Association
- United States, Patent and Trademark Office
- American Bar Association - Member
- American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) - Member
- Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) - Member
- South Carolina Bar Association - Member
- Tennessee Bar Association - Member
- Tennessee Intellectual Property Law Asociation - Member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 for work in:
- Copyright Law
- Mid-South Super Lawyers (2017-present)
- Managing Intellectual Property, IP Stars (2013-present)
Product ProtectionAssist a major academic research institution's drug discovery program to protect a class of pharmaceutical compounds
Patent DefenseSuccessfully defending a stretch wrap film patent through three consecutive reexamination proceedings
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