Harness IP is pleased to announce that Principal Bryan Wheelock has been appointed to the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Quarterly Journal Editorial Board for a three-year term that begins this month.
The Editorial Board is composed entirely of intellectual property lawyers who are considered thought leaders in their field and play a significant role in selecting high-quality articles for publication. The Quarterly Journal has been published for more than 50 years and now reaches more than 7,500 readers worldwide.
Wheelock’s practice includes preparing and prosecuting patent and trademark applications and drafting intellectual property agreements, as well as litigating intellectual property disputes in federal and state courts. He serves clients in the medical device, consumer products, and agrifood tech industries, among others.
AIPLA provides education, advocacy, and the support of a diverse community of peers to IP professionals to foster innovation, creativity, and fair competition.
Harness IP is celebrating more than 100 years as an intellectual property law firm. Founded in 1921, the firm currently holds a No. 2 ranking from IAM Media for providing counsel to 44 companies with the largest portfolios of issued U.S. patents. The firm also ranks No. 6 for filing the most patent applications on behalf of those companies. Harness IP’s attorneys and IP professionals focus exclusively on patents, trademarks, global IP management, litigation and other IP rights. The firm has offices in metropolitan Dallas, Detroit, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. Visit www.harnessip.com for more information.