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Vincent N. Mastrogiacomo

vnm@vivacqualaw.com

 3101 E Eisenhower Pkwy, Suite 1

Office: 734-418-3142

Fax: 734-418-3320

 

Practice Areas

Patents

Trademarks

IP Portfolio Management

Prosecution

Licensing

 

Technology Sectors

Automotive systems including:

-vehicle electrical systems

-computer architecture for

vehicle testing

-seating systems

-passive and active restraint

systems

-powertrains

-engines

-transmissions

-hydraulic controls

Green Technology including:

-solar Modules

Polymer chemistry including:

-adhesives

-sealants

Electrical

Mechanical

Hydraulic

Computer Software Architecture

Industrial Processes

 

Education

Juris Doctor, Ave Maria School of Law (2007)

M.S.M.S.E. (Manufacturing Systems), University of Michigan, Rackham School of Graduate Studies (1998)

B.S.M.E.,University of Michigan, College of Engineering (1994)

 

Admissions

Michigan

United States Patent and Trademark Office

Intellectual Property Section of the Michigan Bar Association

Overview

Mr. Mastrogiacomo specializes in the procurement and enforcement of intellectual property.  With over six years of legal experience and over fifteen years of engineering experience, Mr. Mastrogiacomo is uniquely qualified to handle complex technical and intellectual property matters.

Mr. Mastrogiacomo’s practice focuses on preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a wide range of technical arts including automotive transmissions and engine systems, adhesive and sealant polymer compositions, electromechanical systems, and hydraulic systems.

Mr. Mastrogiacomo conducts freedom-to-practice infringement and invalidity investigations and searches and assists in various other intellectual property legal issues within patent law.

While attending the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mr. Mastrogiacomo began his engineering career at Ford Motor Company in the Casting Manufacturing and Engineering group in 1992.  He graduated in 1994 from the University of Michigan with a BSE in Mechanical Engineering.
While working as a casting design, process and tooling engineer, Mr. Mastrogiacomo earned his MSE in Manufacturing and Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan.  Moving to Powertrain Engineering in 1998, Mr. Mastrogiacomo worked as an engine systems design engineer using innovative design ideas to improve cost, quality and performance of existing engine architectures.  In 2007, Mr. Mastrogiacomo earned his Juris Doctor from Ave Maria School of Law in Ann Arbor.