George Blazeski is an intellectual property lawyer with a significant background in biomedical devices. He is experienced with patent application drafting, U.S. and foreign patent prosecution, U.S. trademark prosecution, and freedom-to-operate opinions for clients ranging from individual inventors and start-up companies to international organizations. George received his law degree at Seton Hall University School of Law, completing concentrations in both Intellectual Property and Health Law. He published two papers at Seton Hall regarding copyright issues with video game content on YouTube and the legal landscape of do-it-yourself biohacking. George obtained his masters and bachelor degrees from Stevens Institute of Technology, where he majored in Systems Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, respectively. He received the Ann P. Neupauer Scholarship, Stevens’ most prestigious academic honor. George’s bachelor degree culminated in a capstone project entailing a new design for a sleep apnea mask.
Away from the office, George is a father of three boys. He is an avid gamer and playtests new board games with a designer. His other hobbies include home brewing, video gaming, and traveling across the United States.