Scott M. Richey focuses his practice on helping clients engaged in patent litigation in federal courts and in the US International Trade Commission.
In addition, Scott represents clients before the US Patent and Trademark Office, including the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and also handles matters in licensing, trade dress, and copyright law.
Scott has a strong technical background in physics, electrical systems, and computer programming, as well as measuring and testing. He is a pilot with a passion for electronics, such as avionics, remote sensors, and the Internet of things.
Scott’s experiences include matters involving a variety of technologies, such as semiconductor-based devices, radio-frequency (RF) devices, cryptography, mechanical apparatus, radiation delivery systems, tire pressure monitoring systems, and wireless communications.
Committee Vice Chair, ABA Trial and Appellate Rules and Procedures Committee
J.D., American University, Washington College of Law, 2012
M.S., Catholic University of America, 2006, Physics
B.S., University of Missouri, Kansas City, 2004, Physics