July 6, 2022

Volume XII, Number 187

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Theodore A. Wood

Ted Wood is a patent attorney with a unique confluence of nearly 30 years of microprocessor, computer networking, and communications related technical, legal, military, and business development experience. He uses this experience to help companies protect and leverage their innovation and ensure marketplace exclusivity.

Ted also leads the firm's Grid Industry Group, where he focuses on helping innovators involved with ensuring power grid resiliency in an evolving smart grid infrastructure.

Ted's work before the United States Patent and Trademark Office includes patent application preparation and prosecution, reissue, reexamination, and appeals before the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences. He has served the role of virtual in-house IP counsel for several high technology emerging companies, where he developed programs to identify, protect, manage, and commercialize IP assets. Additionally, he has helped establish reexamination strategies to challenge the validity of existing patents.

Ted has worked on intellectual property matters involving many technologies, including electronics, computer graphics, computer architecture, networks, and network protocols, telecommunications networks, wireless communication systems, e-commerce and Internet applications, GPS location-based services, intelligent vehicle systems, automotive systems, and medical devices.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Theodore A. Wood

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