With his clients' intellectual property matters, Randy takes both the long and the wide view, asking how each patent fits in to the overall business strategy with an eye towards return on investment. He centers his practice around coordinating client patent portfolios with their business objectives, working with leaders in the business department to define and achieve goals.
Randy's practice areas include chemical and mechanical patent prosecution and general practice in copyright and trademark law, as well as intellectual property litigation. Randy has extensive experience in the litigation of patents in both the chemical and mechanical arts.
He has been writing and prosecuting patents since 1982 in diverse technical areas, including biodegradable polymers, polymers for coated abrasives and adhesives, magnetic recording materials, ceramics, metallurgy, coal processing, food processing, waste water clean-up, air pollution control, medical treatments, medical devices, chemical processes, air filters, fluid filters, engines, optics, conveyor systems, electrochemical processes, and photographic composites.