Glenn Richeson is a patent agent for Duane Morris’ Intellectual Property Practice Group. Mr. Richeson prosecutes patent and trademark applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
He counsels and assists clients in the acquisition of U.S. and foreign patent rights in diverse technologies such as telecommunication, intrusion detection, network security, wireless network systems, semiconductor design and manufacturing, financial transactions, data encryption, thin film deposition, solar cells, software, business methods and medical devices, including surgical tools and implants.
He has additionally assisted in a variety of post-grant review proceedings before the USPTO. Mr. Richeson also assists attorneys with complex intellectual property litigation in U.S. Federal District Courts and before the International Trade Commission. He has assisted in patent litigation involving varied technologies such as web commerce, telecommunications, product packaging, and computer networking.
In his support of patent litigation, Mr. Richeson draws on a diverse set of skills, including technical knowledge from his computer science background and practical experience as a former naval nuclear engineer, and understanding of contemporary legal issues as a law student.
Mr. Richeson further conducts and assists with due diligence reviews of patents and trademarks, patent and trademark searches, and the drafting and analysis of intellectual property licenses.
Prior to joining Duane Morris, Mr. Richeson served as a nuclear engineering officer in the U.S. Navy. Previous positions included Navigator/Operations Officer onboard a Los Angeles-class submarine and as Communications Officer onboard a Ohio-class submarine. In addition, he served as Company Officer and Instructor at the United States Naval Academy.
- University of Maryland, M.P.S., 2008
- United States Naval Academy, B.S., Computer Science, 2003
Admissions : U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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