"I draft and prosecute patent applications with the end goal always in mind—to obtain granted patents of maximum technical, commercial, and legal value"
Gregory V. Bean | Patent Agent
Greg Bean is a registered patent agent for DiBerardino McGovern IP Group LLC (DMIP Group). Greg helps clients of all types protect their intellectual property rights in mechanical, electrical, optical, and semiconductor-related technologies.
Greg graduated from J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU summa cum laude and was an articles editor on the BYU Law Review. He was a law clerk to the Honorable Randall R. Rader of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Early in his career, Greg gained experience in many aspects of patent law such as: participating in due diligence analysis of patent rights, participating in patent litigation in federal district court and on appeal, and patent license litigation—as well as patent preparation and prosecution. For several years, Greg served as an in-house patent attorney for a Fortune-500 company, focused mainly on drafting and procuring patents and building patent portfolios in support of areas of research and new business development. Greg also assisted in developing and presenting in-house courses on intellectual property and patents.
Greg likes learning and understanding new technology and developing and obtaining patent protection maximizing technical, commercial, and legal value. In his spare time, Greg enjoys—among other things—hobby robotics, working with youth robotics teams, and playing classical through late romantic piano and early works by Nikolai Kapustin. He works with clients worldwide out of his office in Corning, New York.