Being a good intellectual property lawyer requires adaptability in a dynamic field and an understanding of the realities of producing intellectual works.
Recent projects include:
- A patent application for a class of metals capable of recovering their original shape and thickness after impact or crushing
- Converting a provisional patent application on technology designed by a pharmacology professor that may halt the spread of cancerous cells
- A brief on pharmaceutical patents in developing countries
- A patent application for a battery-operated, handheld imaging device that promises to perform better than most ultrasound instruments
- Prior art search and a draft patent application for a novel seatbelt-control system
- Prior art review, market research and marketing for a neuro-stimulation technique for the treatment of epilepsy