John D. Brink Jr., Esq.
Mr. Brink's practice includes intellectual property procurement and
counseling, patent preparation and prosecution, advising and providing
opinions on patent invalidity and non-infringement matters, and counseling
and assisting clients in procurement of trademark, copyright and trade
secret protection. His patent practice includes a wide range of technologies,
including software, business methods, wireless communications, signal
processing, imaging technology, digital television, graphics, semiconductor
devices and device fabrication, and security and encryption technologies.
Mr. Brink is active in a number of organizations including the Philadelphia
Intellectual Property Law Association (PIPLA), the Benjamin Franklin Inn
of Court, and currently serves on the sub-committee for Software and Business
Method patents for the Intellectual Property Owners Association. Previously,
Mr. Brink practiced as an associate at a Philadelphia boutique law firm
specializing in Intellectual Property.
Mr. Brink has over 11 years of software development experience, serving
as an application architect for one of the nation's largest banks.
He developed customized systems for high-speed, image-based remittance
processing platforms. In addition, Mr. Brink served in a leadership role
for the implementation and roll-out of the Federal Reserve Bank's
paperless check processing initiatives.
Mr. Brink served in the United States Navy in the enlisted Nuclear Propulsion
Program as an Electrician's Mate, receiving training in nuclear electrical
power generation and distribution systems.
Mr Brink holds a B.B.A. degree from Ursinus College
cum laude, with a major in Computer Science.
He received his law degree from Temple University.
Contact: John Brink
Phone: (215) 542-5824