Xavier L. Hailey
Xavier Hailey is a US registered patent attorney, who is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey, and Illinois. He enjoys collaborating with clients to devise a strategy to protect their intellectual property rights and business assets.
Prior to joining Quinn IP Law, Xavier ran his own law firm, Hailey Law PLLC. At Hailey Law, he worked with clients to develop a custom intellectual property (IP) strategy directed to meeting his clients’ business needs and objectives. He provided patent counseling, conducted patent searches and clearance analysis, and drafted and prosecuted patent applications. Additionally, he provided trademark counseling, conducted trademark clearance searches, prepared and prosecuted US trademark applications, filed maintenance documents, drafted cease & desist letters, and managed trademark portfolios. He also practiced before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).
Before Hailey Law, he worked for a small intellectual property firm drafting provisional patent applications and performing patent and trademark searches on various types of technologies, including mechanical and electronic devices. He also worked as a contract attorney, providing litigation support on numerous patent infringement cases involving multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical drugs.
Xavier holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from DePaul University College of Law. He is the first in his family to obtain a post-graduate degree.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Xavier conducted research in the field of nanotechnology for the UIC National Science Foundation REU program. He also published a paper titled “Production of Negative Hydrogen Ion” containing research he performed at Fermi National Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois. In addition, he taught chemistry and physics to college students as a Supplemental Instructor for the Minority Recruitment and Retention Program (MERRP) at UIC.