heads the firm’s IP patent litigation practice group. With more than 30 years of experience dedicated to advising clients around the globe on the inception, protection and monetization of all types of intellectual property assets, his practice is focused on handling a wide variety of patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright matters, ranging from enforcement and defense of rights in litigation to strategic planning, prosecution, registration and licensing. David is a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the Canadian Patent Office. In addition to his career pursuits, David serves on a judicial advisory panel for formulating patent case rules and procedures and is passionate about teaching the next wave of lawyers and entrepreneurs. At Baylor Law School, he is a patent law professor and the director for the USPTO’s licensed IP clinic, through which he mentors provisionally-licensed law students in servicing under-privileged inventors and entrepreneurs.
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