|Craig Taylor Law
Many of the patents I drafted, found in the patent examples page, fall into the
mechanical, chemical, and biomedical device fields.
I hold degrees in Molecular Biology and Chemical Engineering, and worked as a
chemical engineer with chemical/biochemical separations and enzyme reactors.
I also worked in the industrial instrumentation and control field, programmed computers
to control chemical plants, took courses in digital logic, bread boarded digital circuits,
Additionally, I obtained particular technical experience in software. I have taken about
12 university computer science courses, including compilers, advanced database,
computer architecture, AI, networks, data structures, systems, architecture, graphics,
and more. My work during law school included C and C++ embedded systems
programming. I recently took some MOOC classes through Coursera for fun: Python;
Machine Learning; and Cloud Computing.
One word of advice: look carefully and ask questions if seeking a software oriented
patent attorney. Understand that keeping current in software is difficult as a software
engineer; that keeping current in all software fields is impossible, both for practicing
software engineers and especially for patent attorneys. Still, you might want to try to
find a patent attorney who understands software, if that is the technical field of your
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CAFC briefs below for patent application I did not write.
Apr. 4, 2015
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