District of Columbia
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Trevor M. O’Neill is an associate in Sterne Kessler’s Mechanical Practice Group. His work focuses on all stages of patent prosecution, from initial application preparation to final issuance of the patent. He also has experience preparing non-infringement and validity opinions for clients.
Prior to attending law school Trevor worked as a mechanical engineer at an engineering design firm. He specialized in sensor and actuator integration and electronics packaging and housing. While working as an engineer, Trevor participated in projects ranging from home espresso machines to landmine clearance vehicles. Trevor also designed and implemented testing programs to military specifications and acted as the program manager for several projects.
Trevor graduated from Columbia Law School as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. While at Columbia, he served as a staff member and article editor for the Columbia Science & Technology Law Review. During law school, he also interned at the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey as a summer law clerk for the Honorable Madeline Cox Arleo.
Trevor received his B.S.E. in mechanical and aerospace engineering, with a certificate in material science and engineering, from Princeton University. He received a M. Eng. in space systems engineering from the University of Michigan.
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