Troy Patents Lawyer
The addition of Mike to Raggio & Dinnin, P.C. in 1992 rounded out the technical discipline in the firm. Mike holds a masters degree in electrical engineering from Oakland University. Mike combines his academic background with extensive training and experience in computer systems, software and instrumentation. In addition to preparing and prosecuting patent applications in electrical and optical sciences, Mike's patent practice has included a great deal of experience in the fields of software and mechanical engineering, both in procuring and enforcing intellectual property rights.
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