Mr. Hulliberger concentrates his practice in patent, trademark and trade secret litigation.
He has represented patent holders in numerous cases with highly complex patent portfolios and defended manufacturer's critical products against claims of patent infringement. Mr. Hulliberger has also represented both plaintiffs and defendants in trade secret litigation regarding alleged use and theft of confidential information. He regularly counsels clients on issues related to records management and retention, electronic communications and electronic discovery. Mr. Hulliberger seeks to utilize technology to facilitate litigation matters and provide additional benefits to clients using such technology for its matters.
Mr. Hulliberger also counsels clients in patent and trademark preparation and prosecution matters in the chemical, computer and mechanical technologies and counsels clients in reexamination strategies. He has extensive experience in patenting various automotive components, various formulations of polyurethanes, elastomers, and adhesives; RF communication technologies for increased security; GPS technologies; video editing technologies; and medical devices.
Mr. Hulliberger interned for Chief Justice Gerald E. Rosen in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and assisted Judge Rosen with case edits and updates in The Rutter Groups, Federal Civil Trials and Evidence.
Mr. Hulliberger received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University in 1999 and a J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in December of 2003. He is admitted to the State Bar of Michigan and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, as well as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.