Tim Coughlin focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the areas of electronics and software.
Tim worked with the firm in 2015 and 2016 as a summer associate where he amended claims and drafted responses to USPTO patent application office actions.
Tim is an engineer with over four years of professional experience in a technical role. Prior to launching his legal career, Tim was a Hardware Engineer at Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd. in Waltham, Massachusetts where he developed high-speed, high-bandwidth, secure devices, and was the lead design engineer of a high-speed network interface card. He was an Associate Engineer at Curtis-Straus, LLC in Littleton, Massachusetts where he tested a variety of electronic devices in compliance with numerous consumer based product standards.
While attending law school, Tim was Staff Editor and Associate Editor of the Arts and Entertainment Law Journal.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (2017)
University of Massachusetts at Lowell, M.S., Electrical Engineering (2014)
Merrimack College, B.S., Electrical Engineering (2010) Dean's List
Hands On Atlanta, Volunteer (2016)
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