John W. Ryan served as a presiding officer at the 8th Annual Advanced Patent Law... more
John W. Ryan served as a presiding officer at the 8th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute sponsored by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, George Mason University School of Law and the University of Texas School of Law (January 24-25, 2013) at the United States Patent & Trademark Office, Alexandria, VA. John W. Ryan served as a Presiding Officer at the 7th, 6th, and 5th Annual Ad... view profile
Ross Dannenberg handles a wide-range of intellectual property issues, with... more
Ross Dannenberg handles a wide-range of intellectual property issues, with experience in Internet, video game, telecommunications, and computer software-related issues. With a background in computer science, Ross has prepared and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications in a variety of technical fields, and has been involved in numerous patent, copyright, and trademark enforcement lawsuits. H... view profile
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