Henry Purtill is pursuing his J.D. at UConn Law School. Henry has been a participant in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic where he has drafted and prosecuted patents, including successfully amending claim sets and securing allowance for two clients. Prior to joining the UConn IP Clinic, Henry worked for a patent prosecution boutique focusing on medical devices and trademark work.
Henry received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University, and worked for a large consumer products manufacturing company developing rechargeable battery packs used in a wide range of applications. His direct experience centered around PCBA layout, manufacturability, cell-level qualification testing, housing design and manufacturing, costing estimation and reduction, and design for harsh environments.
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