Matthew J. Curran, Associate

Matthew J. Curran is a registered patent attorney that joined the firm in 2013. Besides being registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, he is also admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire as well as before the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire.

Matthew earned his B.S. and M.S. in Plastics Engineering, a unique blend of chemistry and mechanical engineering, from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (UML), the only ABET accredited Plastics Engineering program in the U.S. and an internationally recognized leader in plastics engineering education. He then studied at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center, home to the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property and recognized as a one of the top-10 IP law programs in the United States for more than 20 years, where he received his J.D., while focusing heavily on Intellectual property.

Matthew stays connected with the local engineering community and his alma mater, UML, through serving as the secretary and webmaster for the Pioneer Valley chapter of the Eastern New England Society of Plastics Engineers and is also active in the Nashua Fish and Game Association. In his free time, Matthew enjoys tinkering with electronics, computers, and just about anything with a motor, almost always having at least one project he is working on.

Matthew can be reached at mcurran@mcr-ip.com or by phone at 603-886-6100, x 7009.

Examples of his work: U.S. Patent Number 9,545,743 ; U.S. Patent Number 9,624,624 ; U.S. Patent Number 9,540,817

His resume is available here.

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