Mr. Peck concentrates his practice in intellectual property law with a focus on patent preparation, prosecution and opinion work, primarily in the chemical arts.
He has experience with diverse technologies, including silicones, adhesives, gels, resins, thin films, medical devices, manufactured wood products, automotive paints and coatings, coil coatings, foams and elastomers, nanoparticles, and various chemical compositions and processes.
Mr. Peck joined Howard & Howard in 2007 as an intern in its intellectual property law internship program while attending law school. In 2010, he received his J.D., summa cum laude, with a concentration in intellectual property and communications law, from Michigan State University College of Law, where he was a merit scholar. While in law school, Mr. Peck was the recipient of Jurisprudence Achievement Awards in Patent Law, Trademark & Unfair Competition Law, Copyright Law, International Intellectual Property Law, and Contracts I. He was also a senior associate on the Michigan State University College of Law Journal of International Law.
Mr. Peck received his B.S. in chemical engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2006. While an undergraduate, he had extensive work experience with Boston Scientific Corporation and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics in polymer extrusion and molding. Mr. Peck also conducted undergraduate research for Michigan Technological University relating to pyrometallurgy and minerals processing.