Harold Fullmer focuses his practice on patent prosecution and litigation in numerous specialized fields, mainly in technologies in "crowded arts" such as packaging, industrial equipment, and medical devices. Hal helps develop, protect, and leverage intellectual property with one aim: advancing a company's business goals. Hal is chair of the firm's Mechanical Engineering Group and co-chair of the firm's Patent Transactions Group.
As an engineer and project manager for Allis (Chalmers) Company for 10 years, Hal engineered products, managed engineering projects, and worked in research and development focusing on mathematical modeling and computational fluid dynamics. Hal is a frequent speaker in IP strategy, and is an adjunct professor at both Temple Law School and at Drexel Law School, where he teaches a course in patent prosecution and (formerly) in international intellectual property. Hal completed the coursework for an M.S.M.E. from Bucknell University, and graduated with honors from Temple Law School, where he was Articles & Symposium Editor of the Temple Law Review.
Recognized, Best Lawyers in America, a "Best Lawyer" for patent law
Member, Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association