How Nicholas Helps Clients
Nicholas Chidiac’s practice includes all aspects of patent prosecution, counseling on IP risks and strategies, challenging patents at the USPTO and patent licensing.
What Clients Can Expect
Professionalism drives Nicholas to serve the interests of his clients. He focuses on how the intellectual property right supports the value of the business, whether it is protecting a company’s founding technology or developing a large IP portfolio. His prosecution seeks patents worthy of licensing or litigation. He has a keen sense of the risks involved in defending IP rights and challenging the IP claims of others.
Outside the Office
Prior to starting his legal career, Nicholas was a systems integration consulting analyst at Accenture. While at Accenture, he worked for the Defense Logistics Agency as an SAP consultant. While enrolled at The Johns Hopkins University, he administered cell cultures in the Hanes Lab where he also manufactured and optimized novel therapeutic nanoparticles for pulmonary delivery and passage of mucus barriers. For a summer at Carnegie Mellon University, he researched utilizing Atomic Force Microscopy to determine the dispersion pressure of hard drive lubricants. He also joined the Transdermal Drug Delivery Department of Mylan Pharmaceuticals as a R&D Intern.
The George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2014
Johns Hopkins University, B.S., 2009, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Concentration in Molecular & Cellular Bioengineering; Economics
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
The Federalist Society
Co-founder & Former Director, Public Education Partnerships