- B.S., Electrical Engineering, Oakland University (2014)
- J.D., Michigan State University College of Law (2017)
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- State Bar of Michigan
Intellectual Property Attorney
George is an intellectual property attorney specializing in patent preparation and prosecution. He has extensive experience in various electrical and computer arts, such as automotive control systems, software, semiconductors, communication systems, and climate control systems.
George’s understanding of various electrical and computer technologies in conjunction with his upbringing in a family business enables him to provide his clients with a wide variety of quality and economical intellectual property services. He has prepared and prosecuted numerous domestic and foreign patent applications for various clients, including Fortune 500 companies, universities, and individual inventors. George also provides various services to his clients prior to the patent preparation process, such as harvesting invention disclosures, preparing patentability opinions, and preparing state of the art opinions. When a patent issues or when faced with a potential patent infringement matter, George’s clients rely on his expertise to develop optimal patent enforcement and business strategies.
Prior to joining Burris Law, George spent over four years as a patent practitioner with a national intellectual property firm and an AmLaw 200 firm.