Mason Baranczyk assists clients with patent, trademark and copyright prosecution.
As a former member of the Quarles & Brady associate training program cohort, he gained legal experience in patent and trademark and copyright prosecution, false advertising claims, and litigation preparation and research. He also gained experience as a liaison with foreign counsel for PCT applications.
While at the University of Wisconsin, Mason was a research assistant on a project to study the implications of drone use on privacy law, including local, state, and federal regulations. He also worked with start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs to provide assistance on various corporate and intellectual property matters, including entity formation, non-disclosure agreements, trademarks, and patents.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mason worked for international corporations in the automotive and marine propulsion industries, where he was a product development engineer for both internal combustion engines and hybrid electric systems. While serving as an engineer, he was involved in the initial design process, including 3D modeling and prototyping, as well as system performance validation and testing.
Mason has been an active leader and volunteer in corporate community service programs. He is a member of the firm's Intellectual Property group.
Education and Honors
- University of Wisconsin - Madison (J.D., 2020)
- Wisconsin International Law Journal (Senior Managing Editor)
- University of Wisconsin - Madison (B.S., 2015)
- Major: Mechanical Engineering