Joseph Guy Ph.D.

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A Unique Approach

Joe has extensive experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications, primarily in the material science arts.  Over his career he has been responsible for over 500 issued US Patents most of which have multiple foreign equivalents. 

A scientist at heart, Joe is often called on by his clients to participate in the early stage development of new technologies advising the research teams towards strong and supported patent claims.   By considering the protection strategy in concert with early stage development the value of the Intellectual Property is significantly enhanced. 

This unique synergistic approach maximizes the underlying value of the Intellectual Property estate and has led to many successful mergers and acquisitions wherein the client has achieved significant financial success.

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Joesph’s Qualifications

The global client base has spanned from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies in such diverse technologies as:

Medical and Industrial Imaging Systems and Components
Medical Products including Surgical Devices, Appliances and Implants
Conductive, Structural and Reactive Polymers
Functional, Structural and Surface Modified Ceramic Materials
Pharmaceutical Compositions and Delivery Systems
Active and Passive Electronic Components and Devices
Lithium Ion Battery Cathode Materials
Structural, Conductive and Adhesive Alloys
Composites and Structurally Reinforced Materials
Exercise Equipment and Physiology

A representative listing of issued US patents is available at Patents.

Patent Filing Specialist, Inc.
President, Treasurer

Nano One Materials Corp.

Perkins Law Firm LLC
Patent Agent

Nexsen Pruet, LLC
Patent Agent

Sterling Diagnostic Imaging, Inc.
Global Patent Manager

E.I. duPont de Nemours
Patent Associate & Research Chemist

Center for Naval Analysis
Professional Research Staff

Post-doctoral Research Fellow
Naval Research Laboratory
Funded by American Society For Electrical Engineering

Doctorate of Philosophy – Chemistry
Clemson University/University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Bachelor of Science – Chemistry
Old Dominion University

High Resolution Radiographic Recording Element
J. Beutel, J.T. Guy, D.M. Fabricius and S.L. Issler
EPO 0650089; JP 2854810

Improved UV Spectral Sensitization
B.A. Apple, D.M. Fabricius and J.T Guy
US 5,169,748; EPO 0611457; JP H07502129

Bulk Method Of Preparing Orthorhombic Superconductors
R. Panayappa, J.C. Cooper and J.T. Guy
US 4,900,715

A Structural Study Of Sodium Dithionite And Its Ephemeral Dihydrate: A New Conformation For The Dithionite Ion
J.B. Weinrach, D. R. Meyer, J.T. Guy, P.E. Michalski, K.L. Carter, D. S. Grubisha and D. W. Bennett
J. of Crys. And Spectr. Res 22, 291(1992)

Transitional Metal Promoted Oxidation Of Sulfur Mustard Analogs
J.T. Guy
Am. Soc. Eng. Educ., Washington DC, USA
Gov. Rep. Announce., Index (U.S.) 1988, 88(15), Abstr. No. 839,303

Preparation Of Superconducting Yttrium Barium Copper Oxide (YBa2Cu3O7) From The Corresponding Metal Formates
R. Panayappan, J.T. Guy, R. Binstead, V. Le Toyrneau and J.C. Cooper
Phys. Rev. B: Condens. Matter, 1988, 37, 3727-9

Transition-Metal-Promoted Oxidation Of Organic Sulfides. Synthesis, Characterization, And Structure Of (µ4-Ozo)Hexakis(µ2-Chloro)Tetrakis(Dialkyl Sulfoxide) Tetracopper (II)
J.T. Guy, J.C. Cooper, R.D. Gilardi, J.L. Flippen-Anderson and C.F. George
Inorg. Chem., 1988, 27, 635-8

Formation Of The Tetracyclo(,6.02,9)Tridecane Ring System By A Novel Transannular Aldolization Reaction
M.N. Deshpande, S. Wehrli, M. Jowdosiuk, J.T. Guy, D.W. Bennett, J.M. Cook, M.R. Depp and U. Weiss J. Org. Chem., 1986, 51, 2436

Tungsten Carbonyl Isocyanide Carbene Complexes: A Structural And Spectroscopic Study Of Three Types Of Metal Carbene Bonds In Same Molecule
M.P. Guy, J.T. Guy and D. W. Bennett
Organometallics, 1986, 5, 1696-702

A Theoretical Investigation Of The Effects Of Pi-Donor Substituents On The Frontier Molecular Orbitals Of Carbene Ligands
J.T. Guy, M.P. Guy and D. W. Bennet
THEOCHEM, 1986, 29, 139-46

The Effect Of An Alpha Heteroatom On Tungsten Carbon Bonding: Catalytic Implications J.T. Guy
Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 1985
Diss. Abstr. Int. B, 1986 47(2), 621

Neutral Isocyanide Complexes Containing Tungsten In A High Oxidation State: Synthesis And Susceptibility To Nucleophilic Attack
J.T. Guy and D.W. Bennett
Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1985, 96, L83-85

A theoretical Comparison Of The Electronic Structures Of Alkyl and Arylisocyanide Ligands M.P. Guy, J.T. Guy and D. W. Bennett
THEOCHEM, 1985, 23, 95-9

Structural And Spectroscopic Comparison Of Methylaminophenylcarbenepentacarbonyl tungsten(0) With Tungsten Carbonyl Carbene Complexes Lacking A Heteroatom
J.T. Guy and D. W. Bennett
Transition Met. Chem., 1984, 9, 43-6