A brief introduction to me:
I am a patent attorney at Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman LLP in Sunnyvale, the heart of Silicon Valley. I have been at my firm for over 15 years. My technical background is in electrical engineering, and I write patents primarily in the hardware and software worlds. I do write the occasional bicycle seat, manual toy, or other mechanical device patent. I spend a lot of time tracking what’s happening in the worlds of technology and law, by reading blogs, articles, newspapers, white papers, etc. I found myself frustrated reading yet another article on a case, that did not suggest any solutions/approaches. So my blog will try to provide a suggested approach, when I think attorneys or companies should change their approach as a result of a new law or new case law.
I do not provide any legal advice, and reading this blog or corresponding with me via this blog does not establish an attorney-client relationship. If you’re interested in hiring me, feel free to send me an email and we can talk about it.
The views expressed in this blog are mine, and do not represent the views of my employer or my clients.