Attorneys

Todd L. Juneau is a founder and partner at the Alexandria, VA office of Juneau & Mitchell.  He has more than 25 years experience in patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, counseling, licensing, and patent & trademark litigation.  His specialty is building patent portfolios for start-up companies.  His success at building portfolios has enabled dozens of start-up companies to achieve their goal of obtaining a strategic partner, obtaining rounds of financing, or being acquired by a larger company to bring products to market.

 

Mr. Juneau’s practice involves such diversified technologies as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, electronic devices, nano biologics, industrial chemicals and process, mobile software applications, defense-related electronics, artificial intelligence, advanced textiles, automotive engines, radiological software, digital signal processing, quantum image processing, and food and beverage packaging.

 

Mr. Juneau has spoken on intellectual property issues to a variety of professional associations including the Association of University Technology Managers, as editor of the chemical subcommittee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Licensing Executive Society, the European Association of Science & Technology Professionals, and lectured at several universities including the annual IP conference at the California State University, Stanford University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Katholic University at Leuven Belgium, Erasmus University at Rotterdam, Edison Welding Institute, and ASU Thunderbird Management. He was a regular faculty member for four years at the George Washington School of Business teaching IP law in MBA courses, and has taught IP law as a guest lecturer at the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University.  He has written a book on financing technology ventures entitled Idea Makers & Idea Brokers, and has published over 10 articles on IP law in various journals.

 

He is licensed to practice law in Washington DC, Virginia, Illinois and is Registered as a Patent Attorney before the USPTO.

 

Mr. Juneau has an M.S. in Telecommunication & Computer Engineering from George Mason University, a J.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a combined B.S. and B.A. in Microbiology from the University of Minnesota.

W. Gray Mitchell is a founder and partner at the Wilmington, NC office of Juneau & Mitchell.  He has more than 25 years of experience as an attorney, the majority in in patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, counseling, licensing, contracts, and corporate formation.  His specialty is advising U.S. and international clients on implementing their business strategies and achieving their IP goals.

 

Mr. Mitchell’s practice involves such diversified technologies as automotive technologies, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, electronic devices, industrial chemicals and process, design patents, and advanced textiles.

 

He is licensed to practice law in Washington DC, North Carolina, and is Registered as a Patent Attorney before the USPTO.

 

Mr. Mitchell has a J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law, and a B.A. in from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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William E. Beaumont is a partner at the Alexandria, VA office of Juneau & Mitchell.  He has more than 38 years of experience as a patent attorney specializing in patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, patent transactions and strategies, patent opinions, portfolio management, patent interferences, reissue, and reexamination, and licensing.  His specialty is advising U.S. and international pharmaceutical and chemical clients on implementing their business strategies and achieving their IP goals.

 

Mr. Beaumont’s practice involves such diversified technologies as pharmaceuticals, industrial chemistry, medical devices, and industrial processes.

 

He is licensed to practice law in Virginia, and is Registered as a Patent Attorney before the USPTO.

 

Mr. Beaumont has a M.S. in Physical-Organic Chemistry from the University of Florida, a J.D. from the Franklin Pierce Law Center, and an LLM from the George Washington University School of Law.