BELL & MANNING, LLC is a law firm focused exclusively on intellectual property, with a particular emphasis on U.S. and international patents.
The technical areas in which we specialize include electrical engineering, software, medical devices, chemistry and chemical engineering, materials, nanotechnologies and clean technologies.
Our attorneys have advanced scientific degrees and real-world experience working in acedemia and industry. Our client list includes major U.S. research universities, Fortune 1000 companies, and privately-held companies as well as individual inventors.
Our firm philosophy is simple. We believe we can leverage our technical knowledge and the legal training we received at Foley & Lardner, LLP, to provide our clients with the highest quality legal services at very reasonable rates by practicing in a small law firm environment.
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Bell & Manning, LLC
Bell & Manning, LLC specializes in patent preparation, prosecution and related counseling, including opinion work, for U.S. and international utility and design patents. Our technical expertise is in the fields of chemistry, materials science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and software. Examples of technologies we work with in the chemical and materials science area include nanotechnology, clean technologies, semiconductor materials and devices, organic and inorganic composites and coatings, metal alloys, inks and 3D printing, bio-fuels, microfluidic devices, photovoltaic materials and devices, fuel cells, thermoelectric and ferroelectric materials, radioisotopes and energetic particles/beams, detergents, organometallics and transition metal catalysts, insecticides, optics, radio-frequency plasmas, spectroscopy, microscopy, nanolithography and chromatography. Examples of technologies we work with in the electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and software area include medical devices such as surgical robotic systems and imaging systems (CT, MRI, Microwave, Ultrasound), laboratory instrumentation (chromatography systems, spectrometry systems, assay analysis devices, electronic pipettes), software (control algorithms, image processing, signal processing, data processing), communication systems, power systems, antennas, and mechanical devices such as peristaltic pumps and pipettes.