I take an engineer’s approach to designing and protecting my clients’ patent portfolios.
Scott Weston's practice covers patent preparation and prosecution, portfolio development, patent infringement litigation, product clearance, freedom to operate analysis and intellectual property due diligence. He has experience with a variety of technologies, including mechanical and medical devices, drug delivery, blood collection systems, image guided surgery, medication adherence, wearable biosensors, material science, energy and power storage devices, electrode materials, battery chemistries, natural gas production and processing, natural gas liquid (NGL) fractionation and storage, carbon capture and sequestration, fluid dynamics, microfluidics, separations and electrochemical depositions.
In 1998, Scott received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan College of Engineering. He worked as a project engineer at CMS Energy for six years developing and managing a variety of energy infrastructure projects around the globe including high pressure natural gas pipelines, low pressure gas gathering systems, upstream and downstream processing plants, gas and liquid storage projects, and independent power plants/distributed generation while attending law school at Wayne State University School of Law.
Prior to joining Cooley, Scott was an associate in the Boston office of an AmLaw 200 firm.
Scott is recognized as a leading patent lawyer by Legal 500, Super Lawyers and IAM Patent 1000.
Wayne State University Law School
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
BSE, 1998, Chemical Engineering
Admissions & credentials
Registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Rankings & accolades
IAM Patent 1000: Top Patent Lawyer
Legal 500: Top Lawyer for Patent Prosecution
Massachusetts SuperLawyers: Rising Star