The most important purpose of any lawyer is to advance the interests of his clients. This requires zealously pursuing clients’ goals in the most professional manner possible and without regard for personal gain. Only then will clients receive the greatest return on their decision to invest in a relationship with their lawyers.
In advancing the interests of clients, a lawyer should place emphasis on value over billable hours. We understand the competitive nature of a global economy and how patents and other forms of intellectual property can help in gaining an advantage. Especially in the area of patents, the overwhelming concern should be to win the broadest claims possible, even if that means uncompromising effort on the part of the lawyer.
My focus is on hardware in the electrical technology areas. I have over twenty years of experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications covering semiconductor device and fabrication technologies, integrated circuits, power devices, and various forms of digital signal processing.
- Juris Doctor, American University Washington College of Law
- Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, University of Maryland
- Commonwealth of Virginia
- United States Patent and Trademark Office