Eric M. Newhouse

Eric M. Newhouse

Patent Attorney

Eric M. Newhouse is a patent attorney with Suiter Swantz IP. Eric graduated with honors from the University of South Dakota, receiving his B.S. in Computer Science. He received his Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law, graduating with honors and a concentration in litigation.

While at Creighton, Eric served as a student articles editor for the Creighton Law Review, in which he was published in 2012.

Eric is admitted to practice as a patent attorney before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In addition, Eric is admitted to practice before the Iowa Bar.

Outside the office, Eric enjoys casual curling at the Aksarben Curling Club, and collects and enjoys wine, particularly from the Loire Valley and southwest France. He is also a retired Jeopardy! champion, having appeared on the show on several occasions, most recently in 2005.

  • Education

    Juris Doctor with a concentration in litigation from Creighton University School of Law

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of South Dakota

  • Admissions

    Admitted to U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska

    Admitted to Nebraska Supreme Court

    Admitted to the Iowa Supreme Court

    Registered to practice before the United Staes Patent and Trademark Office

  • News & Publications
  • Honors & Affiliations

    Graduated with Honors from Creighton University School of Law

    Member of the Nebraska State Bar Association

    Member of the Iowa State Bar Association

  • Speaking Engagements

    CLE - Lighthouse in the Fog: Navigating the Gray Areas of Subject Matter Eligibility Under 35 USC §101 (February 2017)

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