Drew’s first class in law school, an IP-focused legal writing course, led to a passion for trademark and copyright law.
And after five years spent in the public sector, Drew has returned to Revision Legal—where he worked while a student at MSU Law—to follow that passion.
Drew brings with him significant experience as a litigator and expertise in the area of trademark and copyright law. After clerking for a trial court judge in Lansing, Drew worked as a litigator for the Michigan Attorney General, representing various government agencies including the Michigan State Police, the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Technology, Management and Budget, and the Department of State. He also represented the Governor and her office in state and federal court.
He’s litigated at every level of court in Michigan, and frequently argued in the Michigan Court of Appeals. He also regularly practiced in both Michigan’s Eastern and Western Federal District Courts and has argued before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
On the IP front, Drew has registered numerous trademarks and copyrights, represented trademark holders at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and he’s published papers on
both trademark and copyright law in the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society and the Journal of Law, Technology, and Public Policy.
In his free time, Drew likes to vacation with his wife and young son in Northern Michigan, read fantasy novels, play pickup basketball, and watch the Food Network.