Mark Weiss, a corporate and intellectual property attorney and registered patent attorney, has practiced intellectual property law since 1991. Based in our Scottsdale office, Mr. Weiss’ expertise includes corporate transactions, acquisitions, reverse mergers and formation issues. In the past 14 years of practicing law, Mr. Weiss helped form hundreds of corporations and limited liability companies in Arizona and Nevada and often continued to represent these corporate entities after their formation. He currently represents clients in intellectual property and commercial litigation.
Mr. Weiss served on the Board of Directors of two public companies, Fourthstage Technologies, Inc., merged with Aperian in 2001 which traded on NASDAQ; and Osage Computer Group, Inc., which traded on the American Stock Exchange. Most recently, Mr. Weiss founded NJOY, formerly Sottera Inc, one of the largest electronic cigarette companies in the United States.
Prior to his career in law, Mr. Weiss achieved a national ranking playing college tennis at Arizona State University and Foothill Junior College, where he made the semi-finals in the California Junior College Singles Tournament and helped his team to a second place finish in the State of California. Mr. Weiss went on to play professional tennis and achieved a world ranking of 713 in doubles through tournaments played in the U.S., South Africa and Israel.
Mr. Weiss is also the co-inventor of a telephone answering device (U.S. Patent 5,533,104).
- J.D., Arizona State University College of Law, 1990
- B.A., Economics, Pepperdine University, 1986
- Arizona, 1991
- U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 1991