Michelle Leveque

                                                                       Founding Partner

                                                                               Registered U.S. Patent Attorney

                                                                               Maryland Bar, District of Columbia Bar

                                                                                U.S. Supreme Court


        Michelle is the Founder and Principal of Leveque Intellectual Property Law, P.C.  She has 25 years experience in intellectual property, including:

  • Extensive U.S. Patent Office prosecution experience : patent and trademark
  • Licensing, including foreign licensing
  • Mediation
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Assignments
  • Intellectual property opinions
  • Patent, Trademark and Copyright
  • Due Diligence
  • Client counseling
  • Design-around expertise
  • Prior art searches


        Michelle has worked in a variety of technical disciplines.  A few representative areas include:

  • Communications, including wireless circuits and systems
  • RF and Analog circuits, firmware and systems
  • Radio systems and design
  • Antenna, radar
  • Semiconductors, including specialty memories)
  • Test engineering, including high-speed ECL transmission line effects)
  • Consumer electronics
  • Computer networking, Internet
  • Telecommunications
  • Mobile systems and devices, including smartphones, styluses and tablets
  • Process and packaging
  • Test and measurement equipment
  • Optics
  • Liquid crystal displays
  • Measurement and test equipment
  • Software, including apps
  • Noise cancellation
  • Motors and power
  • Mechanical
  • RFID applications
  • Self-organizing networks
  • Social media

           COLUMBUS SCHOOL OF LAW, Catholic University of America; Washington, D.C. J.D. 1997; cum laude
           SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Dallas, Texas.  Master of Business Administration, 1991
           LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY, Ruston, Louisiana.  Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, 1988