About Scott

Patent counsel grounded in deep scientific knowledge

Scott Nolan is a registered patent agent who drafts provisional and non-provisional utility patent applications. His practice is also focused on patent prosecution and the maintenance of patent families.

Prior to joining the firm, he worked in several laboratories developing analytical methodologies based on CZE-MS/MS for proteomics. He utilized analytical techniques to study vertebrate embryogenesis using zebrafish as a model organism. In addition, he also presented experimental results on a research project aimed at using a PCR based assay to Identify the V232D mutation of the human CFTR genome.

Professional & Civic Activities

  • Jay Plager Intellectual Property American Inn of Court, member


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