Joseph A. Parisi, Esq.

Email: joe.parisi@jalindeman.com
Phone: 703-776-9704

Joe Parisi represents companies in software, computer science, business methods, medical devices, and mechanical industries. Joe uses his legal experience, BS in electrical engineering, and MBA to help established and emerging growth companies develop domestic and international intellectual property portfolios. As part of his counseling practice, Joe utilizes his in-depth understanding of the complexities of the software and mechanical arts to develop comprehensive IP strategies to commercialize, license, and protect intellectual property assets. In addition to Internet inventions and electronic commerce applications, Joe has a broad patent history preparing and prosecuting patent applications for medical devices, bioelectronic systems, and many electrical and mechanical engineering technologies. Joe also conducts infringement analyses, IP due diligence, freedom to operate opinions, and counsels in patent litigation.

Joe is adjunct professor of law at American University Washington College of Law where he teaches patent prosecution, claim drafting, and practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Joe previously worked as a patent examiner in Business Method Art Units of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, where he examined applications relating to software-based electronic commerce, purchasing, and payment processing, electronic trading, insurance, health care, financial portfolio management, data synchronization, application testing, stored value card redemption, and advertisement serving and targeting. Joe held several engineering and management positions at Philips Medical Systems in the fields of magnetic resonance imaging and diagnostic radiology. He also worked at the Washington Hospital Center managing the biomedical engineering team supporting radiological imaging, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology systems, and cardiac catheterization systems.

Bar Admissions:  Virginia, District of Columbia.
Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.