Thomas Mattioli joined the firm in 2023. He enjoys and is experienced in helping clients achieve the maximum benefit from their IP (patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret) by advising them on the most appropriate strategies for protection. He believes that by focusing on the most relevant aspect of their IP, the client will be able to enjoy the highest quality IP protection.
Mr. Mattioli’s practice focuses primarily on preparation and prosecution of U.S., international (PCT), and foreign patent applications including successfully prosecuting a large number of patents and trademarks before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, as well as successfully arguing cases before the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Mr. Mattioli has significant experience preparing and prosecuting standard essential patent applications in the wireless standards technology area as well as experience charting claims to wireless standard features. Mr. Mattioli represents clients of all sizes, from solo inventors to Fortune 500 corporations. He also represents client in patent and trademark matters in Federal District Court.
Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®, published by Thomson Reuters, (2013-2023)
- State of Pennsylvania
- State of New Jersey
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Mattioli was a patent practitioner for several Philadelphia area law firms, where he focused on patent preparation and prosecution on technologies ranging from small simple mechanical devices to semiconductor designs. He has also represented clients in patent and trademark litigation matters in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the US District Court for the District of New Jersey, respectively.
Mr. Mattioli is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey (currently inactive). Prior to entering the legal profession as a technical advisor, Mr. Mattioli was an electrical engineer with experience in designing digital, electronic, and electromechanical relay devices, as well as designing airside and terminal electrical facilities for major US airports, such as a precision runway monitor (PRM) to allow multiple aircraft to perform simultaneous landings on parallel runways under instrument flight conditions.