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Brent Farese
Areas of Practice
  • Mechanical & Electromechanical
  • Medical Devices
  • Software & E-Commerce
IP Services
  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Foreign Rights
  • Freedom To Operate
  • Licensing
  • Opinions
  • Patent Analytics
  • Patent Prosecution
  • Portfolio Management & Analysis
  • Trademarks
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Brent L. Farese is a registered patent attorney at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. His practice encompasses many aspects of intellectual property, including utility and design patent prosecution, acquisition due diligence, freedom-to-operate studies and opinions, and trademark procurement and prosecution. Brent has particular expertise related to medical and electro-mechanical devices, as well as software.

Brent enjoys counseling a broad client base, from start-up enterprises all the way to Fortune 500 companies. He takes a business-centric approach to intellectual property, advising newly-formed businesses on issues such as brand selection from a trademark perspective and whether and when to file utility and/or design patents on key technologies. For established companies seeking an effective worldwide intellectual property strategy, Brent’s advice may instead shift to complex patent analytics, filing strategies, and freedom-to-operate issues to ensure pipeline products are cleared.

Brent is based in the New York metropolitan area and enjoys surfing, biking, golfing, and hiking.


New York Law School
Juris Doctor, cum laude (2010)
Member New York Law School Law Review and Medial Law and Policy Journal

Loyola University Maryland

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (2007)

Monash University

Melbourne, Australia (2006)

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            New Jersey
            New York
            USPTO Reg. No. 63,617
            The Hague Agreement: Implications for U.S. Design Patent Applicants 

New Jersey Law Journal, Apr. 2015, at 190