Greg is a Patent Attorney with Dureska & Moore, LLC. Greg served as in-house counsel for General Electric and Michelin/Uniroyal Goodrich. During this time, Greg handled intellectual property matters for technology related to automotive safety and steering, tires, oil and gas/energy measurement and control, air pollution control, filtration and polymer based products in the form of membrane and treatment.
Greg served as outside counsel for several years, where he was a partner at an IP boutique. Greg also worked as a product engineer at TRW for nearly a decade before practicing patent law. As an engineer, Greg applied computerized systems to manufacturing and inspection of jet engine components and designed automotive engine components concentrating on racing and heavy-duty truck engines.
Greg has experience in many aspects of intellectual property, including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters. Greg has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in the mechanical and chemical arts; negotiated and drafted transactional agreements (joint development, licenses); monetized company IP through policing, enforcement, licensing and litigation; participated in M&A activity; investigated patentability of inventions; prepared patent infringement, validity, freedom-to-operate opinions.
Greg is admitted to practice in Ohio and Missouri (inactive) as well as before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Greg received a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo, an MBA from John Carroll University, a J.D. from the University of Akron as well as a Master of Taxation from the University of Akron. Greg earned all of his degrees while working full time.
Greg is also a named inventor on three issued patents.