Nayyer Siddiqi

Meet the Quinn IP Law Attorneys

Nayyer Siddiqi

As an undergraduate student, Nayyer discovered her passion for physics and the world of technology and pursued both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in the discipline. However, a nagging curiosity about society and government drew her into the seemingly incompatible field of law. After completing a course in patent law, she knew she’d found both her niche as an attorney and her lifelong career.

Nayyer’s analytical thinking skills and legal knowledge help her craft compelling intellectual property strategies for her clients and make her an invaluable ally for individual inventors and large-scale companies alike.
In addition to learning from each client and case she works with, her favorite part of working in intellectual property law is engaging with brilliant and creative people on a daily basis, and being continually inspired by their innovation and relentless drive to succeed.

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In work and life, I am committed to putting my best efforts into everything I do. As an attorney, this commitment is even more important, as my results can have a tremendous impact on the future of my clients’ businesses and innovations. Quinn IP Law’s focus on quality over billing means that I can take whatever steps are needed to reach a client’s goals, no questions asked.

Practice Areas

  • Patent Prosecution
    • Mechanical and Manufacturing
    • Electrical and Software
  • Technical Design and Consulting
    • Opinions and Strategic Counseling

Education & Awards

  • J.D., Wayne State University
    • cum laude, order of the coif
  • M.S., Wayne State University, Physics
  • B.Sc., University of Toronto, Physics
    • with high distinction

Admissions & Memberships

  • Michigan
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • ...
  • State Bar of Michigan
  • Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association

Community Service

Nayyer and her family enjoy creating gift baskets for the homeless and disadvantaged.