At OTTERSTEDT, WALLACE & KAMMER, LLP, our people are truly our greatest asset. Each member of our firm offers unique talents, experience and achievements that enrich our practice of law and service to our clients.
OTTERSTEDT, WALLACE & KAMMER, LLP is focused on prosecution and counseling; represented matters will be handled by highly experienced professionals.
Founder Emeritus, Of Counsel
A. Thomas Kammer *
Alan T. Harrison
James P. Janniello
* Not admitted in Connecticut
OTTERSTEDT, WALLACE & KAMMER, LLP is engaged exclusively in the practice of Intellectual Property Law, primarily patent, trademark and copyright law. We value our client relationships, and have an uncompromising commitment to excellence in procuring and licensing our clients’ intellectual property. The firm was founded in 2010.
Our offices are located in Stamford, Connecticut. Our attorneys and agent are admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
OTTERSTEDT, WALLACE & KAMMER, LLP counsels a diverse group of clients, from individual inventors and emerging businesses, to Fortune 500 companies. Many of our clients are leaders in their respective industries, including computer hardware and software, electronics, data storage systems, semiconductors, electronic payment processing, broadband data services, and multimedia content distribution. To help our clients maintain their competitive edges, our highly experienced attorneys possess substantial technical and legal proficiency. A number of our professionals hold advanced degrees in their fields of technical expertise, which is invaluable in the rendering of the firm’s intellectual property legal services.
The firm has been recognized as a 2014 “Go-To Law Firm at the Top 500 Companies” for our work in Intellectual Property Law, as featured in the 2014 Spring Edition of “Intellectual Property,” a special stand-alone section delivered with the April 2014 Editions of Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer magazines.
Outside the firm, our attorneys are actively involved in various legal and technical organizations, including the Practising Law Institute, American Intellectual Property Law Association, and Eastern New York Intellectual Property Law Association.