Peter Keros is a registered patent attorney focusing on preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the mechanical arts and software, including automotive and aerospace technologies. Peter also performs patent searches and provides litigation support. His practice further includes trademark and copyright prosecution, and has helped local businesses protect their intellectual property.
Peter graduated from the University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2014), where he was a Production Editor for the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review and was actively involved with the Federalist Society and the Intellectual Property Students Association. He is also a graduate of University of Michigan College of Engineering (M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2011 and B.S., Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude, 2009).
Peter is the President of the Hellenic Bar Association of Michigan - an organization of legal professionals of Greek-American heritage. He also worked with a Michigan-based nonprofit organization that provided affordable legal services to artists. Prior to law school, he researched advanced combustion techniques for automotive engines, culminating in an optical imaging study and analysis of new combustion strategies.
"Best Practices for Responding to Office Actions" (B2 IP Webinar, April 24, 2018)
"Communications with Patent Agents and Foreign Associates" (B2 IP Webinar, December 15, 2016)