Boyle Fredrickson Adds Schlevensky to the Firm
Boyle Fredrickson, the largest intellectual property law firm in Wisconsin, welcomes Eric Schlevensky as the firm’s newest attorney. Schlevensky has 11 years of experience as a practicing engineer with specific expertise in product development. He is well-versed in writing software for custom machinery and various motor drives.
Schlevensky is the named inventor on two patents and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin. “With an impressive background in electrical engineering and as an inventor himself, Eric Schlevensky adds tremendous value to the firm,” said Andrew McConnell, Boyle Fredrickson President. “Boyle Fredrickson’s clients will benefit from Eric’s extensive experience and his intimate understanding of the interface between intellectual property law and the product development process.”
Schlevensky graduated from Marquette University Law School serving as a member of the Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review and as a Student Liaison to the Young Lawyers Division of the Wisconsin State Bar.
Prior to attending law school, Schlevensky graduated with honors from the Milwaukee School of Engineering with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. As a graduate student, he earned a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was a recipient of the Grainger Outstanding Power Engineering Student Award.
Schlevensky currently resides in Greenfield, Wisconsin with his wife Karin and daughter Kierstin. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), as well as the IEEE’s Industry Applications Society.
About Boyle Fredrickson
Established in 1999, Boyle Fredrickson has grown to become Wisconsin’s largest intellectual property law firm. You’ve got ideas, we protect them.