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At Quinn IP Law, we take pride in our reputation as a forward-thinking law intellectual property law firm focused on impeccable quality over billable hours. We constantly strive to improve our practice and make positive and insightful contributions to our field. From thought leadership to community service, you can learn about our team’s most recent work and achievements here.

The Power of “Indigenuity”

The Intersection of Ingenuity and Indigenous Sciences Cruz Tecumseh Collin is on a mission to heal the world. And if early progress is any indication, he very well may. At the age of 19, Cruz, an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota tribe, has a dream “to help Indigenous Peoples lead the world toward a sustainable future through the implementation of our sciences and traditional knowledge.” His inspiring, innovative initiative is called “Sustainably Powering Rural Native Communities,” and Cruz recently received a $20,000 Dreamstarter grant to “build and test a modified solar technology that is sustainably produced and is not…

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The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence in Patent Law

As in virtually all walks of life these days, artificial intelligence is making its way through the legal industry — patent law included. In some corners of the profession, the advent of AI is being greeted with enthusiasm and optimism, and in others, skepticism and pessimism….

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Attorneys and Innovators: Recognizing African Americans who led the way

Black History Month is an opportunity to acknowledge, highlight and celebrate the achievements of African Americans and the profound impact they have made in America. The legal industry and the history of invention offers a glimpse into the brilliance, creativity, and fortitude of Black Americans. Below is a sampling of some of these achievements, but it is by no means an exhaustive list. Quinn IP Law recognizes and commemorates these celebrated individuals who paved the way for so many today. The Patent Act was one of the first pieces of legislation passed by the first U.S. Congress in 1790, and…

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