Christopher A. Eusebi
Mr. Eusebi specializes in counseling clients in the enforcement of various intellectual property rights. While Mr. Eusebi is usually involved with preparing and prosecuting patent applications, he has also spent substantial time involved with freedom-to-practice and due diligence issues related to medical devices, microchip manufacture, advanced materials, aerospace, and automotive systems.
Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he worked for the Intelligent Materials Laboratory of Michigan State University and for the Legislative Services Bureau as a science advisor to the Michigan Senate and House of Representatives. Prior to graduation from law school, Mr. Eusebi worked in the area of noise and vibration reduction in truck and automotive brake systems. He also was a senior project engineer in the design, manufacturing, and research and development of seat belt, air bag, and crashworthiness systems. Mr. Eusebi has been an invited speaker on three occasions at the National Academy of Science. His most recent presentation related to the predictive evolution of science and technology and recently developed techniques related to the detection of disruptive technologies.
EducationJ.D., University of Detroit
M.S. in Materials Science Engineering, Michigan State University
B.S. in Materials Science Engineering, Michigan State University
Mr. Eusebi has published papers in CDC, SAE, and STAPP conferences on crashworthiness issues.
- RAND Corporation, named to Senior Adjunct Staff
Christopher A. EusebiPrincipal
Detroit Metro Office
Material & Chemical
Mechanical & Electromechanical
Oil & Gas Extraction
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office