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US Patent Attorney

IT Mechanics Physics Department
Tel: +33 1 44 29 35 00


B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Tennessee-Knoxville
J.D. from University of Illinois College of Law


Bailey ZIEGLER started her Intellectual Property career in 2013 working for a Utah-based IP boutique.
Due to her background in Materials Science, Bailey drafts and prosecutes patent applications across a diverse field of technologies such as medical devices, semiconductor and memory devices, chemical and material processing, and software. She has experience counseling a wide variety of clients from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies on patent and trademark infringement risk and feasibility of patent and trademark protection.
Bailey joined REGIMBEAU in 2019.

Technical and scientific fields

Medical devices, Biomaterials, Nuclear materials, Oil and gas exploration and production technologies, Materials and equipment used in the aerospace and defense industry, Semiconductors device materials, design, packaging, and fabrication, Mechanics, Metallurgy, Software, Consumer products

Recent Publications

Accelerating examination to obtain a US patent

By Bailey ZIEGLER, US Patent Attorney
The speed of examination at the US Patent Office (USPTO) to obtain a US patent can be excessively long for some patent applicants. This may be especially true for applicants in technical fields with limited periods of commercial advantage. Nevertheless the USPTO offers multiple initiatives to advance the speed of examination.
Published on: 4th May 2022

American and French Patent Offices Enter into a PPH Agreement

By Bailey ZIEGLER, US Patent Attorney
On November 8, 2021, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the National Institute of Industrial Property of France (INPI) entered a Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) agreement. Effective December 1, 2021, applicants for a French patent receiving a positive opinion for patentability from the INPI may request accelerated examination at the USPTO using the PPH Pilot program.
Published on: 2nd Dec 2021

Continuing applications : pointers for european applicants on creating US patent portfolio

By Bailey ZIEGLER, US Patent Attorney
According to a study of applications filed at the USPTO in fiscal year 2015, approximately 30% of applications filed were continuing applications. As many US claim drafting principles stand in stark contrast to their European counterparts, European applicants may be missing out on the unique opportunity to create a diverse US patent portfolio through continuing application filings.
Published on: 25th Nov 2021





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