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Attorney Mitchell Ghaneie

Mitchell Ghaneie

Patent Attorney

A native of Merritt Island, Florida, I was raised on the Space Coast where I developed my passion for the legal system and growing innovation as well as entrepreneurship across the state. Since graduating from Florida State University College of Law, I have focused my trademark and patent law practice on helping small businesses and entrepreneurs throughout Northeast Florida protect their intellectual property and foster a path toward success. Accordingly, I have overseen hundreds of patent and trademark applications and resolved many patent and trademark disputes. When you contact me, Attorney Mitchell Ghaneie, in St. Augustine or Jacksonville, you will get answers to your questions and receive updates throughout your case to help you stay current on your pursuit of a patent, trademark, and/or copyright.


Christopher Roberts

Patent Agent

Christopher Roberts is a Registered Patent Agent who brings years of engineering experience to Ghaneie Law. After completing his graduate studies at Georgia Tech he spent more than five years practicing as a structural engineer with several renowned engineering firms. Utilizing his depth of technical expertise, Chris assists clients in capturing and protecting their ideas to the fullest extent possible. Chris works closely with Mitch throughout the patent prosecution process and enjoys delving into the technical intricacies with clients to better understand their respective technologies.

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Claire Patton

Patent Agent

Claire works as a Patent Agent with Ghaneie Law, and has been registered to practice patent law with the USPTO since 2006. Claire assists with the preparation, filing and prosecution of U.S. and PCT patent applications for small and medium sized businesses. She is experienced with corresponding with clients as well as coordinating with foreign associates regarding foreign patent prosecution.