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  • George Mason University, J.D., 1994,

    with distinction, Patent Track, Law Review

  • George Mason University, M.E. Industrial Engineering, 1990
  • Iowa State University, B.S. Industrial Engineering, 1989,

    Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi

  • Minnesota State Bar, 1994
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1992
  • U.S. District Court - District of Minnesota, 1995

Selected for inclusion in Minnesota Super Lawyers, 2014-2018

American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Bar Association
Minnesota State Bar Association
Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association
The Federalist Society

THE MODERN ART OF DESIGN PROTECTION:  Issues Relating to Design Protection After Egyptian Goddess, Managing IP Webinar – May 19, 2010

Patenting Green:  Issues Relating to the Emergence of Patents Concerning Green Technologies, The 2009 Midwest Intellectual Property Institute – September 2009

Egyptian Goddess v. Swisa: A Tale of Two Tests, The IP Book – September 2009

The Case Against Patents:  Negative Perceptions About Patents, How They’re Playing Out in the Law, and What It Means for Your Practice and Your Clients’ Valuable Assets – October 2008

Prosecution Practice in View of the Broadening Definition of Estoppel to Application of to the Equivalents Doctrine, AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute – January 2005

Reaching the summit – prevailing at the Federal Circuit, IP Value 2005 – January 2005

A New Look at Global Design Protection: Strategies and Recommendations, The IP Book – October 2004

Ten tips for maximizing provisional rights protection, MSBA Advanced Patent Practice Seminar – February 2004

Examining Provisional Rights: Some Observations Regarding Practice Under 35 U.S.C. 154(d), IP Book – Intellectual Property Institute – October 2003

Is There Failure to Communicate? Examining Recent Developments in Reexam & Reissue Practice, AIPLA Meeting – May 2003

Claim Drafting in View of Recent Litigation, AIPLA Meeting – August 2001

Five General Principles of Method Claiming, AIPLA Meeting – October 2000