Harness IP s pleased to announce that Nick Drysdale has been named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s “Up & Coming Lawyers” class of 2018. Drysdale is a registered patent attorney and Principal in the firm’s Troy, Michigan office.
“Being a part of this year’s ‘Up & Coming’ class is a great honor,” said Drysdale. “I have been fortunate to work with so many clients who are at the leading edge of technology, and I look forward to sharing this honor with them.”
During his time with Harness IP, Drysdale has written more than 600 patent applications in technology areas as diverse as vehicle powertrain controls, semiconductors, robotics and sports equipment. He regularly advises his clients about the best strategies for growing their patent portfolios.
Drysdale earned his J.D., cum laude, from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Systems Engineering from Oakland University.
To qualify for the award, attorneys must be 40 years or younger and in the first 10 years of their legal careers. An awards luncheon will be held on Thursday, December 13th for the honorees. A full list of honorees is available on the Michigan Lawyers Weekly website.
About Harness IP
Harness IP has obtained more than 60,000 patents for its clients since its founding in 1921 and currently manages more than 17,000 trademark registrations for clients around the globe. Currently ranked eighth among the nation’s top patent firms in a 2017 poll by IPWatchdog, Harness IP safeguards critical IP assets for Fortune 500 companies, private and public businesses, universities, inventors, artists and entrepreneurs. Harness IP has offices in the metropolitan areas of Dallas, Detroit, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. Visit www.harnessip.com and follow @harnessdickey for more information.