Steven H. Meyer, Esq.

Practice limited to patent law and related causes


My undergraduate degree is in Electrical Engineering and Science, and was obtained in 1986 from the Moore School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

I decided to be an engineering major for the simple reason that I loved taking things apart and (hopefully) putting them back together. Quite simply, I wanted to know how things worked, and maybe how to make them work a little bit better. Based on that, engineering seemed to be a natural fit.

I obtained my Juris Doctor (Law) degree in 1992 from the Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

I decided to be an attorney when I realized that law isn’t so much about rules, and exceptions to the rules, and exceptions to the exceptions, etc., as it is about helping clients with legal needs. Law isn’t practiced in a vacuum – it’s practiced based on real clients with real needs, and I try to never forget that.

Finally, I decided to be a patent attorney because I knew that by doing so I could have a legal career that employs my engineering background every day.

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