Matthew Barlow – BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School

Matthew Barlow

Adjunct Faculty

Mr. Barlow works in the patent litigation group of W|N. His experience includes assisting in litigation matters involving exercise and sports equipment, household appliances, software application programs, architectural structures used in commercial and home construction. Prior to law school, Mr. Barlow worked for a leading 3D computer animation and modeling firm as a modeler/animator and web programmer. During law school, he managed the same firm's patent portfolio as well as prepared contracts and other partnership documents.

Matthew Barlow is currently a shareholder practicing in the patent litigation group of workman Nydegger in Salt Lake City, Utah.  His practice focuses on litigation matters involving trademarks, trade dress, trade secrets, and patents involving exercise and sports equipment, household appliances, software application programs, architectural structures used in commercial and home construction.  Mr. Barlow also assists clients in the prosecution and maintenance of trademarks.

 

Prior to law school, Mr. Barlow worked for a leading 3D computer animation and modeling firm as a modeler/animator and web programmer. During law school, he managed the same firm's patent portfolio as well as prepared contracts and other partnership documents.

 

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