“I am committed to understanding the details of my clients' inventions to assist them in obtaining strong IP protection.”
Hubert's practice is focused on securing global IP protection for the inventions and innovations of his clients in a variety of technologies within the electrical and mechanical arts. In addition, he conducts due diligence investigations and advises clients regarding freedom-to-operate and patentability opinions.
Hubert joined Howard & Howard in 2015 as an intellectual property intern, where he learned the intricacies of patent drafting, patent prosecution, and freedom-to-operate investigations. During his internship, he attended evening law school classes at Wayne State University Law School while maintaining a full-time position with the firm.
Prior to joining the firm, Hubert worked in the automotive industry at Ford Motor Company as a control systems engineer. During this time, he designed and programmed a system to automate Powertrain Control Module testing and calibrated 2017 model year Ford and Lincoln vehicles.
When ideas translate into products, processes, art, or authorship, we help clients protect their innovations and commercialize their work.
- Wayne State University Law School, 2020
- University of Michigan, 2013
- B.S., Electrical Engineering; Minor, Mathematics
- Michigan, 2020