Thomas C. Carey

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Author: "Patent Reform Proposal Would Bring Major Changes", Venture Capital Journal (March 2006); "SCO vs. The Linux World: What's a Linux User to do?", ZDNet (August 11, 2003); "What Pooh Means to You", The Licensing Source Book (Summer 2003); "Santa Fe v. Green: Implicit Nullification of Clauses (a) and (c) of Rule 10b-5," Buffalo Law Review, 1977. Speaker: American Intellectual Property Law Association; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Massachusetts Software & Internet Council. Publications Editor, Buffalo Law Review, 1977-1978.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Business Law
  • Intellectual Property

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
617-443-9292  Phone
617-443-0004  Fax
University Attended:
Yale University, B.A., 1969
Law School Attended:
State University of New York at Buffalo, J.D., 1978
Year of First Admission:
1981, Massachusetts; 1979, New York
Boston, Massachusetts and American (Member, Sections on: Business Law, Taxation) Bar Associations; American Intellectual Property Law Association; Licensing Executives Society.
Birth Information:
Hartford, Connecticut, October 2, 1947

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