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Farbod Khoshnevis is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling primarily in the areas of electronics and software. He has academic education, as well as work experience, in both technology and business development. Farbod has participated in several industry standardization bodies as delegate, chair, and vice-chair. His expertise spans across the telecommunications and semiconductor industries.
Prior to joining the firm, Farbod worked as an attorney for a virtual intellectual property firm that focuses on patent law where his practice included the preparation of patent applications, performing patentability, and prior art search.
While attending law school, Farbod was an extern in the legal department of a multinational semiconductor chip manufacturer where he negotiated non-disclosure agreements and was a technical member of its Wireless Connectivity Patent Committee. Farbod also served in the Lewis and Clark’s Small Business Law Clinic.
Farbod is the founder and owner of IRCOMM, a technology consulting company with expertise in wireless communications (cellular and WiFI) and power generation, storage, and distribution.
Farbod has authored a book chapter and more than 10 peer-reviewed scientific articles and is an inventor of more than 40 issued U.S. patents.
Farbod’s native language is Persian. He is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada.
Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College J.D., Intellectual Property Law (2021)
Portland State University School of Business M.B.A., Finance (2010)
Rice University Ph.D., Electrical Engineering (2007)
Rice University M.S., Electrical Engineering (2001)
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania B.S./B.A., Computer Science and Physics (1999)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2022)
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