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Charles F. Wieland III, a shareholder in the Intellectual Property practice at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Alexandria office, was named to Nanotechnology Law & Business' Top Ten list.
Charles F. Wieland III, a shareholder in the Intellectual Property practice at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Alexandria office, was named to Nanotechnology Law & Business' Top Ten list. The list was published in the journal's Summer 2008 edition.
According to NLB, the Top Ten list "highlight[s] ten of the most influential IP lawyers in nanotechnology. The lawyers were selected based on factors such as number of patents prosecuted, types of clients and general involvement in the nanotech community."
"Mr. Wieland's experience and accomplishments in the nanotech industry are simply astounding. Mr. Wieland brings efficiency to a cluttered process, which is a skill many potential clients value above all else."
Charles F. Wieland III focuses his practice on designing IP strategies for startup and mature companies, patent drafting, acquisition and licensing. He is a former patent examiner for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the area of electrical/radiant energy.
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