Additional Attorneys Expand Breadth of Capabilities at Grüneberg and Myers
TYSONS, Virginia — With the recent addition of two new attorneys to the firm’s roster, Grüneberg and Myers announces the growth of its electrical and mechanical arts capabilities, as well as added depth in intellectual property transactions, copyright, and trademarks.
Carlos Villamar, a patent attorney in electrical and software technologies, brings years of experience both with global corporate patent applicants and with startups in need of step-by-step intellectual property guidance. Having known some of the founding partners at Grüneberg and Myers for years, Mr. Villamar’s trustworthiness precedes him.
Joining with Mr. Villamar, Dr. Barbara Villamar adds to the firm’s intellectual property transactions, trademarks, and copyright practice. Dr. Villamar speaks German with native fluency and has negotiated high-value transatlantic contracts, enhancing the firm’s strength in handling various U.S. matters for European companies.
Mr. Villamar and Dr. Villamar build upon a team including Sam Ntiros, who has been working with Grüneberg and Myers for several months. Mr. Ntiros advises clients on patent matters, informed by decades of practice in electrical and mechanical fields. Clients have already expressed high levels of satisfaction with the counsel that Mr. Ntiros has provided through the firm.
“As the firm grows, we gladly welcome the expertise of these attorneys,” Dr. Grüneberg said, about Mr. Villamar, Dr. Villamar, and Mr. Ntiros. “With their skills, the firm continues to provide seasoned and personalized counsel to a broadening range of clients.”
Launched in September 2017, Grüneberg and Myers PLLC is a 100 percent female- and minority-owned international patent firm. With a broad and sophisticated practice, the firm provides a full range of patent support services, including patent prosecution, counseling, post-grant representation, and M&A due diligence to meet the growing and diverse needs of U.S.-based, European, and Asian companies, entrepreneurs, and inventors.