Maier & Maier, PLLC

Internationally Known and Respected Name in Intellectual Property Law

Firm Overview

Maier & Maier is conveniently located in Alexandria, Virginia next to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. We specialize in the practice of Intellectual Property including the traditional areas of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Intellectual Property Law ensures that rights are granted by government agencies to advance science and the useful arts, and to protect investment in names, symbols and other representations used to identify products and services in the marketplace.
Main Office

Main Office
345 South Patrick Street
Alexandria  VA  22314

  • (703) 740-8322

Timothy Maier

Mr. Maier is a registered Patent Attorney and practices all aspects of Intellectual Property Law. Mr. Maier's practice includes patent preparation and prosecution; patent and trademark litigation; design patents, trademark oppositions, patent reissue and reexamination proceedings; interference practice; strategic domestic and international patent and trademark portfolio development and management; patentability, validity, invalidity, infringement, freedom to operate, design around opinions and counseling, patent portfolio landscape analysis and due diligence opinions.
  • Bar Number: United States Patent
    Virginia , 2001
  • Vanderbilt University
  • George Mason University School of Law
    Mr. Maier completed the Intellectual Property Law sequence while attending George Mason University School of Law, an intense concentration in intellectual property law.

Christopher J. Maier

Mr. Maier is a registered Patent Attorney and practices all aspects of patent prosecution and patent litigation, including patent reissue and reexamination proceedings, international patent portfolio development and management and opinion work, including validity, invalidity, infringement and freedom to operate. He is experienced in diversified technologies, which include computer systems, microprocessor architecture, parallel processing, semiconductor fabrication, network architectures, telecommunications, optical networks, digital signal processing, and satellite systems.
  • Vanderbilt University
    Bachelor's of Electrical Engineering
  • George Mason University School of Law.