Biography - Shreveport, Louisiana Patent Attorney, Charles Holoubek



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NOTE - Attorney Holoubek is a member of the New Hampshire Bar and the U.S. Patent Bar and is NOT licensed to practice general law in Louisiana. Attorney Holoubek's Shreveport office limits its practice to Patent, Copyright, and Federal Trademark matters.


Attorney Holoubek is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana, a past Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and past President of the Catholic Lawyers Guild of New Hampshire. He earned a J.D. from Franklin Pierce Law Center, focusing on patent and intellectual property law, and conducted graduate engineering work at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and Bagley School of Engineering at Mississippi State University. Attorney Holoubek is experienced in preparing, filing and prosecuting domestic and foreign patent and trademark applications and counseling clients on all aspects of intellectual property law.

Franklin Pierce Law Center

Dartmouth College

Mississippi State University

Plymouth State University

Vermont Law School

Louisiana State University - Shreveport

The specification and claims of a patent, particularly if the invention be at all complicated, constitute one of the most difficult legal instruments to draw with accuracy.  

Mr. Justice Brown, Topliff v. Topliff, U.S. Sup. Ct. 145 U.S. 156, 171 (1892)

Registered, United States Patent and Trademark Office

New Hampshire Bar

U. S. Court of Appeals, 1st Circuit

Member Shreveport Bar Association

Past Chairman NH Bar Association Intellectual Property Section

Past President NH Catholic Lawyers Guild

An inventor is a man who looks around upon the world, and is not content with things as they are; he wants to improve whatever he sees; he wants to benefit the world; he is haunted by an idea; the spirit of invention possesses him, seeing materialization.

Alexander Graham Bell