Teofilo Javier Jr.

Teofilo Javier Jr.

Attorney Contact Info:

Phone: 617.439.4990
Fax: 617.439.3987
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Professional Bio:

Bar Admissions:
Massachusetts, 2009
United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2009

Suffolk University School of Law
Boston, MA
J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2009

Colgate University
Hamilton, NY
B.A., Bachelor of Arts 2001
Major: Chemistry

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Teofilo Javier is a registered patent attorney with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Colgate University and legal degree from Suffolk University Law School. He also has industry and research experience, having worked in biotechnology for seven years. He has experience in a number of scientific environments and has practical experience in performing research and development for diagnostic and biotechnology companies.

Practice Description:

Teofilo Javier's practice focuses on the preparation and prosecution of biotechnology patent applications. Mr. Javier has drafted and prosecuted U.S. and international patent applications. He assists a wide variety of clients in obtaining patent protection. These clients range from start-up companies with emerging biotechnology technologies to large academic research institutions.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Javier was a development specialist with Shire Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, MA. His work involved the development and optimization of immunoassays as well as performing testing in support of pharmaceutical and analytical development. Before joining Shire, Mr. Javier worked in the research and development department of Matritech Inc., a cancer diagnostic company located in Newton, MA.

Areas of Practice:

Patent prosecution in the biotechnology and chemical arts including, for example, molecular genetics, immunology and tissue engineering.

Registered patent attorney before the US Patent and Trademark Office

Representative Clients:

Attorney Javier prosecutes patent applications in a range of areas including RNA interference, dental caries detection, peptides having osteoinductive properties, vaccines and tissue implants.