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IP Lawyer Gregory Lewis Joins Miller Canfield in Grand Rapids

May 20, 2024

Miller Canfield is pleased to announce that intellectual property attorney Gregory Lewis has joined the firm’s Grand Rapids, Michigan, office. He comes to Miller Canfield, an international law firm headquartered in Detroit, from Price Heneveld LLP, where he was a partner. 

Bringing more than 16 years of extensive experience in patent prosecution, litigation, and intellectual property counseling, Lewis’ background includes working as an engineer and project manager with Lockheed Martin and Medtronic, where he specialized in nuclear reactor and medical device technologies. His transition to law has been marked by a successful career in patent law, where he has collaborated with inventors, managed complex litigation and negotiated numerous patent agreements.

“We are excited to have Greg on board and look forward to the expertise and innovative thinking he will bring to our team,” said Miller Canfield CEO Mike Palizzi.

Lewis’ technical expertise spans a wide range of technologies, including materials science, mechanical systems, semiconductors and electronic devices. His litigation experience is equally broad, covering automotive safety, digital integration and more.

Chambers USA recognizes Miller Canfield as having one of the leading intellectual property practices in the country, saying the firm is respected and advises on a wide range of trademark, patent and copyright issues, and is well-placed to assist clients with cross-border work.

In addition to his professional achievements, Lewis is committed to community service, having volunteered at expungement fairs and participated in various educational outreach programs.

Lewis earned his J.D. from Case Western Reserve University, and his bachelor's degree, and master's degree in Materials Science & Engineering from Northwestern University.

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