George M. Carrera, Jr. Joins Amin Talati as Patent Agent

George M. Carerra, Jr. has joined the Chicago-based law firm of Amin Talati as a registered patent agent. With over 10 years of experience in patent law, both in-house and at private firms, Carrera’s practice is primarily focused on intellectual property in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Carrera is actively involved in the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, nutritional and allied arts. Carrera advises food, drug, dietary supplement, cosmetic and medical device companies regarding patentability, and assists clients to develop and maintain patent rights through the management and maintenance of patent portfolios. He also has experience assisting chemical and pharmaceutical clients in areas of import compliance, including advising on tariff classifications.

Carrera’s technical background includes more than 15 years of research experience in pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and polymers. His core area of expertise is in organic chemistry, including proficiency in synthetic organic methodology. He has authored or co-authored numerous scientific articles in the synthetic organic and medicinal fields, and is a co-inventor on seven U.S. patents. He holds B.S. in Chemistry from The University of Chicago and is a member of the American Chemical Society.

Amin Talati is a full-service regulatory and intellectual property firm helping clients safely navigate the minefield of U.S. food, drug, dietary supplement, cosmetic and medical device regulations. The firm also assists in the development, protection, commercialization and enforcement of intellectual property.

Contact Amin Talati for more information about regulatory, intellectual property and litigation services at 312.466.1033 or by email at [email protected].

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