Alan S. Teran, Ph.D., is an associate in the Litigation Department and Intellectual Property Group.
His practice focuses on a variety of intellectual property issues, including worldwide patent portfolio development, patent prosecution, and due diligence. Alan represents clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office during all phases of worldwide patent prosecution development, including prior art investigations; preparing design, provisional, and utility applications; filing continuation and divisional applications; leading examiner interviews; and foreign patent strategy.
Alan has experience with a wide range of technologies, including augmented/virtual reality-based software solutions; material processing operations; control systems; integrated circuits; machine learning-based financial services software; media and mobile technology; medical devices; and semiconductor devices and fabrication.
Alan received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Michigan, where his research focused on energy harvesting technologies and semiconductor physics for Internet-of-Things and medical applications.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alan S. Teran