He who lives only unto himself withers and dies, while he who forgets himself in the service of others grows and blossoms.
Sean Crandall is a registered patent attorney with experience in some of our nation's largest legal practices. Sean's practice involves all aspects of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and licensing.
Before entering the legal profession, Sean gained valuable technical experience working as an engineer for seven years with a major U.S. defense contractor and completed an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering with an emphasis in computer engineering. His technical expertise and experience includes:
- Software design and development (including C, C++, LabVIEW, Pascal, FORTRAN and Gensym G2)
- Design and troubleshooting of hardware interfaces- Modeling and simulation of complex systems
- Design and analysis of digital systems (including Verilog HDL)
- Computer architecture (subsystem level to logic level)- Integration of analog and digital electronics
- Parts and materials engineering (selection, qualification, testing and sustainment) for high-reliability radiation-hardened systems
Sean is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Sean was named a San Antonio "Rising Star" by Scene in S.A. Monthly (2009).
In his free time, Sean enjoys reading, hiking, camping, and volunteering, and dabbles on the guitar. Sean is also a licensed radio amateur (K7TXS) and a member of the ARRL and his local ham club.
JD, Baylor University, Law Review
BSEE, University of Texas at San Antonio, Electrical Engineering
State Bar of Texas
Eastern District of Texas
Western District of Texas
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office