ABOUT WIPC

Westfield Intellectual Property Counselors (WIPC) is a boutique law firm specializing in patents, trademark, and copyright registration. We pride ourselves on being able to work cooperatively with Patent Examiners to secure your rights while keeping our clients updated about the latest status of their application. We also provide legal opinions regarding patentability, infringement, and right-to-use. The founder of WIPC is Daniel Eisenberg, a patent attorney with over 20 years of experience drafting and prosecuting patent and trademark applications. Daniel has a background in computer science and business and has experience drafting patent applications relating to computer software and hardware, mobile applications, malware detection, e-commerce, mechanical, consumer products, tools, medical equipment, manufacturing processes, gaming systems, business methods, and industrial designs.

Call today to order a patent, trademark, or copyright application!

Phone: 908-232-3594
E-mail us at: info@patentworx.com

LEARN MORE
OUR FOUNDER

Daniel Eisenberg is a registered patent attorney with over 15 years of experience drafting patent and prosecuting patent and trademark applications.  The filed patent applications were directed to a variety of different technologies including:  consumer products, medical devices, engine components, computer hardware/software, mobile apps, electro-mechanical devices, toys and games, business methods, fire retardant materials, and new manufacturing processes. 

Daniel received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Mercer University, a Law Degree from Syracuse University, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from Hofstra University.  Daniel continues to explore other subjects of interest through continuing education at various institutions. 

Daniel served as an Officer in the Armed Forces of the United States Reserves and received an Honorable Discharge in 2003. 

Daniel is admitted to practice before the United States Patent Office and is a member of the New York and District of Columbia bars.

PREVENT PEOPLE FROM STEALING YOUR NEXT BIG IDEA