Mark J. Stevenosky, Jr.

Senior Associate
Contact number: 603-336-3026, Ext. 102

Practice Summary

Mark J. Stevenosky, Jr.

Mark J. Stevenosky, Jr.

Mark J. Stevenosky, Jr. is a Senior Associate with the firm. Mark practices in all aspects of intellectual property law, focusing primarily in patent application drafting and prosecution and non-infringement and invalidity studies in electronics, communications, computer software, machine vision, image processing, optics, and the mechanical arts. He also has experience in conducting due diligence, licensing and acquisitions, and patent and trademark infringement litigation.

Mark worked as a summer associate with the firm in 2009. Prior to rejoining the firm in 2013, he worked at a large intellectual property boutique in the New Jersey where he represented several Fortune 500 companies in all aspects of intellectual property law.

During law school, Mark served as a judicial extern to the Honorable William G. Young in the District of Massachusetts where he gained valuable insight to the inner workings of the judicial system. Before beginning his legal studies, Mark spent two years at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a patent examiner.

Mark is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is limited to federal patent practice.


  • University of New Hampshire School of Law, JD, 2011
    • cum laude
  • Bucknell University, B.S., 2006
    • Part of the Society of Physics Students
    • Research Assistant, Bucknell University
      • Under the direction of Professor Jack Gallimore, developed techniques for extracting point source information out of images of galaxies using wavelet transformations.
      • Developed programs to analyze galaxy data as well as perform statistical error analysis in a comparison of various methods to determine best extraction method.
      • Research resulted in publication in The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 187, Number 1.
    • Teacher’s Assistant, Bucknell University
      • Assisted various professors over the period of six semesters in effectively communicating introductory physics course material during assigned lab sections.
      • Familiarized myself with lab procedures and concepts through weekly meetings and self preparation prior to lab section in order to better facilitate communication with students

Bar Memberships

  • New Jersey (2011)
  • Admitted before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (2008)