Law Office of Bernhard P. Molldrem

Law Office of Bernhard P. Molldrem

Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
224 Harrison Street, Suite 200

Syracuse NY 13202

Phone

(315) 422-4323

Fax

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property; patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, domestic and foreign

Intellectual Property (IP) is what makes your business special and differentiates you from your competition. We can help you identify and protect your IP

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

It's in the US Constitution: Patents are there to promote science and the useful arts by rewarding inventors, for a limited time, with the exclusive right to the product that they have invented or discovered. That is a key ingredient to a successful and bounteous free enterprise system

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Owing to my physics education combined with my Air Force experience, law practice experience, and technical writing skills, our IP clients have been very satisfied with the protection they have received

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We are much more flexible in terms of time, payment plans, and other ways needed to satisfy the IP needs of the inventors and entrepreneurs in our community

Bernhard P. Molldrem

Law Office of Bernhard P. Molldrem

Barney Molldrem has a BA and an MS in Physics (Purdue Univ.) and JD from New York University Law School, and has been practicing patent law and other areas of IP law since 1977.

License

Bar Number: 1550821
New York, 1978

Education

St Olaf College
BA, 1968

Purdue University
MS, Physics, 1970

New York Univerity Law School
J.D., 1977

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