a broad range of intellectual property skills in cutting
edge technologies, Mr. Chambers provides a comprehensive
answer to complicated intellectual property needs.
Mr. Chambers' practice includes litigation of patent, trademark and
other intellectual property matters, patent prosecution, biotechnology
interferences and technology licensing. He has been lead trial counsel
in over 30 intellectual property lawsuits and Patent Office interferences.
These lawsuits and interferences have involved a broad range of technologies,
including semiconductors, computer protocol, computer architecture,
molecular biology, pharmaceuticals, telecommunication, electrical connectors,
video processing circuitry, lasers and fiber optics. He also has prepared
and prosecuted patents in the fields of medical instruments, mechanical
devices and electronics.
Mr. Chambers is the project manager for the firm's patent services
contract with the National Institutes of Health and was formerly a
trial attorney in the Honors Program at the United States Department
University, School of Law, J.D., 1981
University of California, Santa Barbara, B.S., 1978, Chemical Engineering.,
Bar of California, 81
States Patent and Trademark Office, 1982
Francisco Intellectual Property Association
Law Institute, 2001-2003, Faculty Lecturer
Who's Who in American Law, Honored Member Stratmore's
Who's Who, Honored Member