Weiss & Moy, P.C.

Weiss & Moy, P.C.

At Weiss & Moy P.C., we offer a plethora of legal services ranging from intellectual property advice, prosecution, registration, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, corporate and personal immigration.

Firm Overview

Our Law Firm Offices are conveniently located throughout the country in Arizona, Nevada, & Florida. attorneys who are licensed to practice in multiple state and federal courts throughout the United States, we provide our clients with the same level of sophistication offered by larger firms but without the accompanying high fees.

Main Office

Main Office
4455 E. Camelback Rd. , Suite E-261
Phoenix AZ 85018

Phone

(480) 994-8888

Websites

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Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

Free IP Consult

Office Information

Office Hours

9-5

Office Manager

Michelle

Other Offices

Vegas Office
3753 Howard Hughes Parkway, #200
Las Vegas, NV 89169

Intellectual Property

At Weiss & Moy P.C., we offer a plethora of legal services ranging from intellectual property advice, prosecution, registration, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, corporate and personal immigration.

Our Law Firm Offices are conveniently located throughout the country in Arizona, Nevada, & Florida. attorneys who are licensed to practice in multiple state and federal courts throughout the United States, we provide our clients with the same level of sophistication offered by larger firms but without the accompanying high fees.
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At Weiss & Moy P.C., we offer a plethora of legal services ranging from intellectual property advice, prosecution, registration, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, corporate and personal immigration.

Jeffrey Moy

Weiss & Moy, P.C.

Jeffrey D. Moy, a U.S. Registered Patent Attorney and electrical engineer, has practiced intellectual property law since 1994. A partner based in our firm's Scottsdale office, Mr. Moy's expertise includes computer architecture, analog and digital circuitry and semiconductor fabrication and packaging. Mr. Moy prepares and prosecutes U.S. and foreign patent applications in the electrical and mechanical arts with over 350 U.S. Patents issued from applications he has prepared. Most recently listed as 2013 GO-TO LAW FIRMS at the Top 500 Companies based on patent prosecution work with The Boeing Company.

Prior to becoming a partner at the firm, Mr. Moy worked as corporate counsel for STMicroelectronics in Carrollton, Texas where he provided IP education and counseling to the company's businesses. In addition to preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications, conducting patent analysis, working with engineers to determine patentable items and advising on domestic and foreign filing strategies, Mr. Moy was also responsible for supervising outside counsel, participating in negotiations to resolve third party patent matters, drafting and reviewing transaction documents and license agreements, and analyzing competitors products for possible infringement.

Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Moy worked as an electrical engineer and project manager for Texas Instruments in Dallas. As project manager, Mr. Moy was responsible for comprehensive engineering design projects related to clean room design. He set
project parameters, evaluated compliance with project and engineering standards and approved final designs and installations. He oversaw, reviewed and approved the work of external engineering design and planning consultants. Mr. Moy also ensured that engineering designs were consistent with contract specifications and all relevant regulations and engineering standards.

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