Justin R. Muehlmeyer

Patent Attorney

505-998-6117

jmuehlmeyer@peacocklaw.com

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IP Matters Posts by Justin

First Steps in Licensing

Many of our clients prefer to license their idea or sell it outright rather than commercializing it themselves. However, finding the right purchaser or licensee is not easy and is full of traps. Here are some tips for those of you embarking on the journey of getting a deal for your idea.

Global Trademark Strategy

“Intellectual property” is a category of rights protecting commercially valuable products of the human intellect. It includes patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade dress, trade secrets, and publicity rights. Intellectual property is a form of personal property that can be bought, sold, licensed, and abandoned.

Tune Up Your Business With an IP Audit

Many of our clients prefer to license their idea or sell it outright rather than commercializing it themselves. However, finding the right purchaser or licensee is not easy and is full of traps. Here are some tips for those of you embarking on the journey of getting a deal for your idea.

Protecting Your Manufacturing Process: Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Apply for a Patent

Perhaps you developed a more efficient way of making existing products? Perhaps you developed a way of making products that were previously impossible to make before? Or perhaps you developed a way to make a better product? Whatever the case, the way…

What are my chances of being issued a patent for my invention?

What are your chances of success in being issued a patent for your invention? Wouldn’t you like to know!

Justin R. Muehlmeyer

Justin is a Registered Patent Attorney practicing all aspects of intellectual property and litigation.  Justin came to Peacock Law P.C. from the New Mexico Supreme Court, where for two years he practiced the art of legal writing and research as a judicial law clerk to Justice Charles Daniels.  In law school at the University of New Mexico, Justin became known for his classical guitar skills and became the go-to musician for legal and court events around the State.

Inspired by a circle of family and friends who were business owners and scientists, Justin earned undergraduate degrees in Physics/Astrophysics and Philosophy of Economics (dual B.A.s), and now makes it his career to assist all creative types in generating value from their great ideas.  Justin is licensed to practice law in the State of New Mexico and serves on the Board of the IP Section of the State Bar (for which he was elected as chair for 2018).

Education:

UNM School of Law, J.D. Cum Laude, 2013
University of New Mexico, B.A. Physics/Astrophysics, B.A. Philosophy of Economics, Cum Laude, 2010

Selected Work Experiences:

New Mexico Supreme Court, Santa Fe, NM
Judicial Law Clerk to Justice Charles Daniels, 2013-2015

Muehlmeyer P.C., CPAs, Albuquerque, NM
Tax preparer

New Mexico Second Judicial District Court, Albuquerque, NM
Judicial Internship to Judge Alan Malott, 2011

Rio Grande Foundation, Albuquerque, NM
Political Analyst and Writer, 2010

Justin R. Muehlmeyer & Paul Gessing, Governor Richardson’s Positive Economic Legacy: New Mexico Personal Income Growth Shows Upward Prosperity Since 2003 Tax Cuts, THE RIO GRANDE FOUNDATION (2010).

 

Admissions:

  • Registered U.S. Patent Attorney, No. 70,782
  • Attorney, Licensed in New Mexico
  • Member of United States District Court of the District of New Mexico

Boards & Professional Organizations:

  • Board Member, IP Section of N.M. State Bar (2016-Present), Chair 2018;
  • Director, Guitar New Mexico (2013- 2017)
  • Director, Albuquerque International Association (2007-2010)

Honors & Awards:

  • Judge Oliver Seth (U.S. Tenth Circuit) Award for Legal and Judicial Ethics, 2013
  • CALI Awards (Top Grade) in Patent Law Fall 2011 and Regulation of Banking Fall 2012
  • Natural Resources Journal, Board Manuscript Editor (2012-2013), Staff Citations Editor (2010-2012)
  • Intellectual Property Moot Court, 2011 Giles Sutherland Rich Moot Court Competition
  • UNM Presidential Scholar

Publications:

Toward a New Age of Consumer Access Rights: Creating Space in the Public Accommodation for the LGBT Community, 19 CARDOZO J.L. & GENDER 781 (Spring 2013),(available at http://ssrn.com/author=2048831), cited in Griego v. Oliver, 2014-NMSC-003, 51 n.8, 316 P.3d 865.

Music:

Classical Spanish Guitarist (http://justinmuehlmeyer.bandcamp.com)

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