In the article, Malooley discusses that automakers are partnering with smaller start-ups to advance technology at a faster pace.
"In some cases, it doesn't matter if the company is bigger or smaller, because they have a technology the automakers can't replicate in house or get elsewhere," Malooley said in the article. “Now, the relationship is not so one-sided.”
Malooley has nearly 20 years of intellectual property (IP) experience, focusing on a variety of IP matters including patents, trade secrets and IP license agreements. He represents clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to sole inventors, and assists them in all aspects of IP protection. He holds a Juris Doctor from Indiana University, Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Wayne State University.
The full article can be found on the Crain’s website here.