Harness Dickey, one of the country’s largest and most respected patent and trademark law firms, is pleased to recognize that St. Louis intellectual property litigator Matt Cutler has been named among the “50 Missourians You Should Know” by Ingram’s Magazine. The publication’s website states it chose the recipients of this unique honor for making contributions that “are driving this state forward with new ideas, new products and new services that will define the Missouri of tomorrow … their work, in ways large and small, impacts the quality of life for everyone in the state.”
Cutler is a patent attorney and Principal in the firm’s Clayton office. His practice is primarily focused on intellectual property litigation, including Patent Trial and Appeals Board and Inter Partes Review proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. His expertise in this area in particular has propelled his career and bolstered the superior reputation of Harness Dickey.
Cutler is also recognized by Ingram’s Magazine for his involvement in The Joshua Chamberlain Society, for which he is a founding member and President. The Joshua Chamberlain Society is a 501(c)(3) charity that supports seriously injured or fallen military veterans and their families.
A native of Chicago, Cutler’s roots in Missouri and the St. Louis community date back twenty-three years to when he enrolled in Washington University in St. Louis School of Law where he earned his J.D. He also holds a B.S. from the University of Notre Dame.
About Harness Dickey
Harness Dickey has obtained more than 55,000 patents for its clients since its founding in 1921. Currently ranked seventh among the nation’s top patent firms in a 2015 poll by IPWatchdog, Harness Dickey safeguards critical IP assets on a global scale for Fortune 500 companies, private and public businesses, universities, inventors, artists and entrepreneurs. Harness Dickey has offices in the metropolitan areas of Dallas, Detroit, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C. Visit www.hdp.com and follow @harnessdickey for more information.