The Cub Scouts were a little too structured for Mark Davis. They just don't make badges for the way he works. His method does not follow a linear process, but most closely resembles a molecular reaction.
In a single conversation, while rocking in his chair and tossing one of the collection of toys he keeps within arms' reach of his desk, he opens and follows a half a dozen rhetorical tracks to support the point he's making. He does so effortlessly. It can be boggling, but always fascinating.
The toys, like Mark himself, are kinetic in nature. He especially likes things that dance and things that roll and those neat spheres that expand and contract the way his ideas do, allowing him to continue moving and thinking while they shrink and grow on their myriad hinges.
In a firm that offers a cohesive, team-based approach to problem solving, Mark serves as both glue and catalyst. He opens doors, stirs the pot, moves quickly, embraces new ideas, new people, and new technologies. He never sits still. In business we call that being proactive. And he is. IP law is not just a paper filing service for Mark. He'll take a deep and lasting interest in your business and keep moving to root out and clear every possible path to your success. There really ought to be a badge for that.
Purdue University (B.S.A.A.E., 1988); Indiana University (J.D., cum laude, 1991).
Michigan, 1991; Registered to Practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
State Bar of Michigan; American Intellectual Property Law Association.