Kelce Wilson is member of Findlay Craft PC. Simultaneous understanding of both complex laws and advanced technologies permits rapid recognition of legal issues implicated by technology, and also rapid recognition of technology issues implicated by legal and regulatory issues.
The advantage of a single person having both legal experience and deep technology experience can provide advantages for clients in multiple fields, including patents and privacy & security.
Kelce Wilson, Of Counsel for Findlay Craft has a legal practice in both of those fields of law, leveraging his prior career. His engineering experience includes computer programming and working on some of the most advanced military and commercial technologies, such as radars, radar jammers, computational electromagnetics, wireless communication, encryption, and white hat cybersecurity testing.
His legal experience includes all aspects of patents: prosecution, litigation, licensing, designing intellectual property portfolio strategy, and even IP assessment to support multi-million dollar acquisitions. He has led litigation strategy for multiple “bet-the-company” cases, crafting arguments relating to infringement and validity, in trial court and PTAB proceedings.
He has published in trade publications and peer-reviewed journals, including law review and IEEE technical journal publications, and yet has the ability to explain complex concepts, having held a role as an adjunct professor of electrical engineering for some years.
- University of Arizona, B.S. Electrical Engineering 1988
- Chapman University, M.B.A. 1993
- Air Force Institute of Technology, M.S. Electrical Engineering 1994
- Air Force Institute of Technology, Ph.D. Electrical Engineering 1998
- Capital University Law School, J.D. 2005
- Admitted to practice law in Texas
- Admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- Registered to practice patent law before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
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