When selecting an attorney, many people focus on their personality and whether the attorney is compassionate or aggressive. Few people consider whether the attorney is logical, analytical, and capable of giving an objective assessment of your legal scenario. However, in many instances, an objective assessment of your legal issues is exactly what you need. Attorney Matthew Sean Tucker believes that a logical assessment of your case is the critical starting point for any successful resolution. Matt has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida, a J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law, a member of the Florida Bar, and a Registered Patent Attorney.
Matt focuses part of his practice on intellectual property matters. Not only an attorney and an engineer, Matt is also an inventor and has several of his own patents pending on his inventions. What this means is that he has a personal understanding of the patent process and how it can impact someone seeking patent protection for an invention. From a professional perspective, Matt has worked with inventors ranging from first-time inventors to holders of multi-billion dollar patent portfolios, in ligation, patent prosecution, and post-grant practice. He is well versed in the new procedures in the American Invents Act and works in trademarks and copyrights, as well as patents.
MattÍs logical inclination should never be confused with a lack of compassion. In addition to practicing intellectual property law, Matt focuses part of his legal practice on personal injury representation in South Florida. Having seen how personal injuries can devastate people, not only physically but also financially and emotionally, Matt has dedicated part of his career to making accident victims whole.
For a free consultation with Matt, you can visit him at the Tucker IP website at: http://www.tuckeriplaw.com/, call him at 954-204-0444 or 305-423-9713 or email him at [email protected]