Mr. Burns' concentrates his practice in patent, copyright, trade secret and trademark litigation, transactions and counseling, and he has experience in many substantive technology areas including computer software, information technology, Internet, semiconductor processing, electrical, mechanical and chemical arts and biotechnology. He serves on the faculty of Pepperdine University School of Law's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution in Malibu, California teaching Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property and on the faculty of Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law teaching Patent Litigation, Biotechnology Licensing & Litigation and Electronic Discovery. Mr. Burns is on the Roster of Neutrals of the American Arbitration Association in Arizona and California, and has served on the AAA's Large, Complex Case Advisory Committee and National Patent Advisory Committee. He has also served as Chair of the AIPLA ADR Committee from 2006-2008. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America and Southwestern Super Lawyers for Intellectual Property and Intellectual Property Litigation. Although Mr. Burns' law and ADR practice is centered primarily in Arizona and California, he is also admitted to practice in Connecticut, DC, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, and the USPTO, and does not charge for travel for ADR assignments throughout the U.S.
Electrical/electronic engineering; ordnance/rocket propulsion; patents, technical data, licensing and technology transfer, government/commercial; domestic and foreign trademark (including TTAB) practice.
Biotechnology and pharmaceutical technology, particularly licensing and technology transfer.
Computers, microprocessors, software semiconductors, including fabrication processes, computer peripherals, semi-custom I.C.'s (gate arrays, sea of gates, standard calls), I.C. design, custom I.C. purchase and sale, patent validity and infringement, valuation of licensed technology, mask works and mask work protection.
Intellectual property practice and mediation expertise, international legal and negotiation experience, significant commercial business and organization law and mediation practice.
I have (1) handled all technologies except biochemistry; (2) handled numerous patent and trademark applications; and (3) represented both plaintiffs and defendants in all types of IP litigation.
M. Henry HeinesTownsend and Townsend and Crew LLPTwo Embarcadero Center8th FloorSan Francisco, CA 94111-3834Phone: 415-576-0200Fax: email@example.com
Technical expertise: chemistry, chemical engineering, biotechnology, mechanical technologies (laboratory equipment, medical devices, consumer goods, industrial equipment)Legal expertise: patent drafting and prosecution, opinions, oppositions, interferences, litigation support
Technical - Computers, software, telecommunications, printers, Medical Services and electrical, electronics and mechanical inventions in general. Law - Litigation and transactional experience in patent, trademark, trade secrets, copyright, licensing Intellectual Property.
Over 20 years experience in all aspects of Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Trade Secret law, including acquiring such rights before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and the U.S. Copyright Office, licensing of such rights, and litigating such rights in federal court. Development of intellectual property strategies and portfolios for new and on-going technology based companies. Legal experience with respect to intellectual property rights in Europe, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Canada and Mexico. Technologies and products handled include computer system architectures, computer peripheral devices, computer software, software encryption system, interactive video and television devices, digital signal processing, semiconductor devices and processing, optics, ultrasound imaging systems, medical devices and other high-technology products. Guest Lecturer on current patent, trademark and copyright law issues at Stanford University, University of California at Berkeley, and the University of Santa Clara, and a Practicing Law Institute Lecturer in the Patent Litigation Series.
Intellectual property ADR and litigation, including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secrets, primarily representing clients in electronic, computer and telecommunications industries. See firm's webpage at www.lgpatlaw.com
Extensive experience in both ADR and IP litigation. I have litigated semiconductor and software cases but I do not have a technical degree.
20 years experience in all aspects of intellectual property law, covering widely diverse technologies, and covering both litigation and prosecution in all IP areas. English and French fluency.
Specialized in mechanical arts; many opinions on claim construction, infringement, validity, and enforceability; testified as expert numerous times; court appointed and private neutral mediator, arbitrator; special master.
Prosecuted, licensed and litigated numerous intellectual property cases dealing with a wide variety of technologies (e.g. biosciences) over 18 years of practice.
Technically competent in electrical (digital and analog), plasma, software, biotechnical, reproductive, mechanical, financial, licensing, trademark, and process areas. Significant litigation experience - state and federal courts.
EE/CS patent attorney with Fortune 500 corporate and top law firm experience. Broad expertise in intellectual property including patent application preparation and prosecution, patent analysis, licensing and litigation support, trademark, trade secrets and copyright; also experienced in business transactions involving intellectual property.
Technology licensing and outsourcing agreements, communications agreements, trademarks and copyright licensing. Chartered Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Lecturer in domestic and international arbitration; Member of AAA & CPR panels of commercial arbitrators and CPR panel of mediators; Published author. (rev. July 5, 2007)
I have taught and written in the area of intellectual property law for twenty years. Copyright law has been my principal focus.
I have litigated in a broad range of chemical, bio-tech, semiconductor, and mechanical technologies. I have a detailed knowledge of patent validity and infringement law, and technology transfer law.
In addition to having mediated 3700+ cases, I have also trained 75 attorneys to be mediators. Several years ago, I was honored by being named a 'Fellow' in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators.
20+ years in the management of intellectual property in the medical products area, with extensive experience in litigation and licensing.
Intellectual property litigation including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets.
David is a board certified mediator and litigator. ADDMG is a full service IP firm with offices in Orlando, Winter Springs, Jacksonville and Melbourne, FL. David currently serves as Chair of the IP Insurance Subcommittee within the AIPLA Corporate Practice Section. In addition to his IP litigation practice, David is a nationally recognized convention speaker for insurance industry and bar organizations. He is a past Chair of the DRI Commercial Litigation Section, Intellectual Property Subcommittee. His litigation practice involves IP and business litigation. After graduation from Emory University, he attended the University of Florida College of Law. He is the author of "Effective Preparation for Mediation in Complex Cases," For the Defense, October 2007.
I have practiced for 22 years in the intellectual property field. First, as a trademark examiner with the USPTO and then as an associate attorney in the international department of Pennie & Edmonds in New York. My present firm was established in 1983. Practice area have included registration, transactional matters and litigation of trademark, copyright and patent-related matters in the United States and overseas.
More than thirty years of litigation practice spanning most of U.S. in areas of high technology and software. Complete resume located on National Law Net www.lawsites.com.
My legal areas of expertise are real property, copyrights, trademarks, unfair competition and sports law. I also teach patent basics but lay no claim to expertise in terms of actual patent practice.
Twenty (20) years experience in patent law, prosecution, litigation and ADR in all industries and technologies, including mechanical, chemical/biotech, software and electrical/computer.
My practice emphasizes litigation of complex patent disputes; special experience in areas of biotech, pharmaceutics, industrial process controls.
Licensed patent attorney with over twelve years' experience in intellectual property litigation and transaction matters. Counsels manufacturers, inventors and entrepreneurs to ensure their intellectual capital is fully protected, and, if their rights are infringed, seeks favorable resolution through litigation.
I have been litigating I.P. matters for 33 years. My technical background is mechanical. I have been lead chair in approx. 6 arbitrations/mediations.
I have advised clients and have had litigation experience in all aspects of intellectual property matters. This includes preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent and trademark applications, preparation of license and settlement agreements, etc.
I have been lead counsel in over 100 intellectual property cases, maintained an active patent and trademark docket and settled numerous disputes, many with mediation.
Expertise includes trademark, copyright and unfair competition law, with particular emphasis on licensing disputes, trade dress, computer software, and cybersquatting and Internet related issues.
I have been a corporate patent attorney, Federal Government patent attorney, and sole practice patent attorney. I have experience in chemical, electrical and mechanical patents.
My technical expertise is in the area of computer hardware and software as well as all aspects of polymer chemistry. My legal expertise has been as a litigator.
Forty one years of practice and bar leadership roles in intellectual property law have provided me with in depth knowledge of patent and trademark law.
Ms. Tinsley has represented clients in all types of intellectual property disputes and has experience in chemical, mechanical, software, medical device and pharmaceutical patent matters.
Over 20 years experience in commercial litigation, especially patent suits, Superfund cases, and complex civil disputes in federal court. As a registered patent attorney, I have worked almost entirely in the electrical and mechanical arts. A list of issued patents on which my name appears as one of the counsel of record can be found on the patent mediation website at www.risk-neutral.com.
Broad mechanical engineering skills. Specific focus on medical device technologies. Over twenty years of concentrated counseling and guidance in high stakes matters.
40 years experience in intellectual property and related business law areas including prosecution, licensing, litigation, arbitration/mediation, finance, employment, trained arbitrator/mediator with JAMS/Endispute, AAA and AIPLA.
Mechanical patent filed about 100 electrical experience radio-transmitter. Patent Office transistor, all telephone transmitters & circuits - switching TV circuits.
Technical expertise is in the mechanical arts; legal expertise is in all phases of IP law, especially patent law, including litigation and testimony as patent expert.
Technical expertise in the mechanical, electro-mechanical and computer method arts; legal expertise in intellectual property with focus on patent and trademark litigation and meditation.
Experienced in most areas of intellectual property law with emphasis since 1998 on patent, trademark and copyright litigation and contract, malicious prosecution, trade secret and other litigation matters. Participated in all phases of litigation from pre-suit due diligence investigations to post-trial motions. Have taken and defended numerous depositions, worked with technical, legal and damages experts, prepared witnesses for trial, taken witnesses at trial, drafted and argued motions, supervised litigation and developed budgets, worked on appellate briefs, negotiated settlements and represented DOW in mediation. Technical experience: inorganic chemicals, plastic foams, apparatus, metal alloys and polymers. Provided internal and external training courses and talks, such as "Negotiation to Yes" and "Operating under the Economic Espionage Act."
My legal expertise is in Patent and Trademarks; rendering opinions and mediating issues of infringement and validity. My areas of technical expertise are mechanical, electrical and simple chemical products and processes.
Intellectual property litigation with an emphasis on patent disputes. Areas of technical expertise include immunology, microbiology, genetic engineering, food science, and applied chemistry. Certified Minnesota ADR provider.
I have substantial experience in all areas of intellectual property litigation. Non-litigation practice focuses on high technology, internet and telecommunications. I have been on the Minnesota Supreme Court Neutral Roster List since its inception in 1994 and am available for service in the areas of mediation, arbitration and discovery special master.
Significant experience in trademark and related unfair competition law, including dilution, licensing, international trademark law; copyright law; and Japanese intellectual property. Chair, ABA Subcommittee on International Trademark Treaties.
Intellectual property and patent litigation in all technical fields. Areas of technical expertise include biology, microbiology, immunology and food science.
Twenty years experience including IP arbitration and litigation; trademark and copyright infringement; patents; Intellectual Property professor and expert witness; selected "Best Lawyer in America" with emphasis in Intellectual Property years by his peers.
Have participated in binding arbitration, early neutral evaluation and mediation as client's attorney. Proponent of alternative dispute resolution for complex civil disputes.
Intellectual property litigation, counseling and transfer of rights in technology; mediation, neutral evaluation; arbitration; U.S. and International.
30 years experience in business, technology, law, ADR, licensing, litigation, international, joint ventures, marketing, manufacturing processes, product development, software, telecommunications, turn-key large systems, consumer/industrial products.
Extensive intellectual property law experience since 1979 particularly: (a) handling domestic and international patent matters, involving, e.g., complex electronic and software technology; and (b) serving as a court-appointed expert in patent law and a neutral in mediation, neutral evaluation and arbitration of patent disputes.
Engaged in patent litigation of all types. Also handle copyright, trademark and trade secret matters. Secondary specialization as a mediator and arbitrator.
I have litigated and prosecuted a wide variety of cases in most areas of intellectual property, including those involving patents, trademarks, unfair competition and trade secrets. Among the patent matters I have handled have been those covering products and processes in many different areas of technology, including medical devices, analytical equipment, pharmaceuticals, computer software, food manufacturing equipment and food manufacturing processes. I have also been involved in all phases of trademark practice, having litigated and prosecuted word mark, design mark and service mark cases, as well as trade dress cases. In addition, I have extensive experience counseling clients with respect to a variety of different problems and have assisted clients with various negotiations, including those involving licenses and acquisitions.
Attorney; Solicitation or Patents; Infringement Litigation; Interferences; Licensing and Counseling; Primary technical expertise in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Patents.
Trial lawyer with extensive intellectual property litigation, licensing and ADR experience in biotechnology, broadcasting, computers, pharmaceutical, chemistry, telecommunications and consumer products, U.S. and international. See www.lockelord.com/wfeiler/ for details.
Extensive litigation in patents, trade secrets and related areas (e.g., Lemelson v. Ford) and counseling, licensing and negotiations, and other services for clients.
For a complete list of cases - patent law, litigation and licensing - go to www.obrien-iplaw.com.
Expertise in all areas of intellectual property -- patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.
Civil engineering degree with emphasis on structures and building systems. Certified mediator; attended Harvard Negotiation Workshop; litigation/arbitration legal courses; textile, furniture, computer and mechanical patent expertise.
My practice is domestic and foreign patent and trademark prosecution, litigation, licensing and counseling, with particular experience in chemical and mechanical patents.
Trademark and related unfair competition law, including dilution, right of publicity, licensing, international trademark law, U.S.P.T.O. practice and procedure.
Experienced in patent area for mechanical and hydraulic technologies particularly highway construction equipment. Many years experience in patent and trademark litigation.
Mr. Staples' practice emphasizes intellectual property litigation and counseling, and arbitration and mediation of intellectual property matters.
Over my 38 years of experience I have dealt with a wide variety of technologies and issues, although my primary focus has been in computers, electronics and telecommunications.
Facile in all areas of technology excepting electrical circuit diagrams, biochemistry and "deep" chemistry; legal expertise focuses on prosecution, litigation, and licensing of patents and trademarks.
I have been a Registered Patent Attorney for more than 30 years. My practice includes prosecution and litigation of patents and trademarks. My patent practice has included mechanic, chemical and computer related arts. I completed a 40 hour mediation training course through the South Carolina Bar and an 8 hour course through the American Arbitration Association. I was formerly on the Commercial Arbitration Panel of the American Arbitration Association. I provide mediation and arbitration facilities in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina at no extra charge. http://www.barnwell-whaley.com/attorney/b-c-killough.html
A firm believer in pro-active mediation, I help you find creative solutions in complex cases. While remaining neutral, I offer suggestions of new and innovative approaches to resolve your disputes. I have training in the mechanical arts, IP law and mediation techniques, and the experience in IP litigation, to assist you in finding a settlement that both parties can accept. I have been listed as a Rule 31 Mediator in the Tennessee since September 1998, am on all Tennessee Federal Court lists of approved mediators, and have served as mediator in several major IP disputes. See web page (www.iplawgroup.com )for resume and references.
Electronics, semiconductors, signal processing, oil and gas exploration and production, seismic acquisition and processing flat panels, inorganic chemistry, computer software, consumer products, commercial and IP litigation, licensing, counseling, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, antitrust, and related areas.
Over 35 years experience in IP litigation and licensing in a wide range of technologies, especially those related to chemical and petrochemical technologies.
Patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret law, especially the computer, electronic and telecommunication fields.
I have primarily served as trial counsel in litigation relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights, and antitrust law. I have also served extensively as a patent law expert witness in court cases.
Intellectual Property and Commercial Litigation; Admiralty & Maritime Law, Environmental Law and Toxic Tort Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Labor and Employment Law, Bankruptcy.
Extensive experience computer and information law, patent, trademark and trade dress issues, knowledge of the computer industry.
Technical and legal areas of expertise: patents including patent prosecution and litigation, opinions, due diligence and licensing. Trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. Technical areas include biomedical, mechanical devices, chemistry and biochemistry.
System, mechanical and electrical/electronic technologies including licensing and litigation.
Technical: Any area of electrical or computer engineering. Virtually any type of mechanical subject matter. Light chemistry. Legal: any area of patent law. Copyright law as it applies to computer software. Some trademark experience.
Have a wide range of technical experience particularly in the mechanical and electromechanical arts (but not limited to them). Extensive patent and trademark prosecution and licensing experience, including multinational protection and licensing of patents and trademarks.
Active in all areas of intellectual property law. Emphasis on International aspects, especially in Russia and adjacent countries.
A registered patent attorney, I handle high stakes/high risk litigations and mediations involving clients' critical assets (technologies, secrets, work product, branding, and business deals).
Significant experience in patent and computer law litigation, including experience as counsel in ADR proceedings and resolution of disputes. CPR Training Course; Co-Chair AIPLA ADR Committee.