Matt Delaney was born and raised in Northeast Ohio, and joined Sand & Sebolt in 2007.
Prior to law school, Matt worked as a graduate assistant at Ohio University, pursing a Master’s degree in Computer Science and performing research under a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense. As part of his research, Matt developed software which has subsequently been used in the benchmarking of software used on the U.S. Navy’s Zumwalt-class DD(X) destroyer and the U.S. Air Force’s unmanned aerial vehicles, such as the “Predator” drone.
Prior to graduate school, Matt worked as a software engineer for HMB, Inc., a software consulting firm. During his time at HMB, Inc., Matt helped to design and implement enterprise level applications for clients such as McGraw-Hill and the Ohio Department of Education.
Matt focuses on the preparation and prosecution of technology-related patent applications, as well as enforcing and defending intellectual property in litigation. He also provides patentability, right-to-use, and infringement opinions.
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Bar Association
Ohio Bar Association
Akron Bar Association
Stark County Bar Association