Louis R. Levenson* is experienced in preparing and prosecuting US and international patent applications, drafting petitions for inter partes review and performing analysis for invalidity and non-infringement contentions. Relevant arts include medical devices related to infusion, respiration, and dispensing, implantable devices including intraocular devices, surgical devices, mechanical and electronic components for portable electronic devices, semiconductors, imaging devices, navigation systems, motion control and monitoring systems, firearms, oil and gas, cryptographic systems, antennas, display technologies, internet advertising models and electronic commerce.
Previously, Louis worked as a postdoctoral scholar in the Observational Cosmology Group at the California Institute of Technology. He is co-author of more than 50 refereed scientific publications. Louis earned his doctoral and master’s degrees in physics and his bachelor’s degree in astrophysics.
Provided technical know-how and support for non-infringement and invalidity analysis of asserted patents, resulting in favorable settlements or lawsuit abandonment without litigation
Managed patent budget and US and foreign patent filing, maintenance and prosecution activities for a semiconductor manufacturing company with more than 1100 issued patents and pending patent applications
Co-recipient of the NASA Group Achievement Award in 2010 and 2014 for his work with the Spectral and Photometric Imaging Receiver on the Herschel Space Observatory and for deploying and flying four successful sounding rocket spaceflights of the Cosmic Infrared Background Experiment
University of California – Los Angeles, PhD, Physics, 2008
University of California – Los Angeles, MS, Physics, 2004
University of California – Los Angeles, BS, Astrophysics, summa cum laude, 2002
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