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Brian Epstein is a registered patent attorney particularly skilled at enhancing U.S. patent portfolios of foreign companies in such varied fields and technologies and information technology, analog and digital circuit design, semiconductor fabrication, communications, imaging, and medical devices.
Brian regularly conducts in-person interviews with Patent Examiners at the USPTO to achieve swift and satisfying results for his clients. He has spent his career practicing in some of the most sophisticated and respected IP practice groups.
Brian's practice involves all aspects of patent prosecution and procurement. He has prosecuted numerous standards cases, participated in group-prosecution initiatives, performed targeting analyses, and has experience in appeal and pre-appeal procedures.
Prior to his career in law, Brian worked for Texas Instruments in communications integrated circuit design.Â He also worked for Motorola, Inc. in the Consumer Products Division, in software development, hardware testing, and manufacturing support roles.
During graduate school, Brian worked for GatorNest, assisting in the marketing of innovative technologies. His research on a vagal nerve stimulator took advantage of the facilities at Shands at the University of Florida and the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center. He also taught analog and digital circuit design. Additionally, during his undergraduate career, Brian researched micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and constructed a CD-ROM attachment for a cartridge-based video game system.
JD, George Washington University
MS, University of Florida, Management
MS, University of Florida, Electrical Engineering
BS, University of Florida, Electrical Engineering, with honors
State Bar of Virginia
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office