Professional Primary Patent Examiner with proven performance in patent application review, technical search, and office action preparation.
Patent Search in East
Highly skilled in 3D and 2D CAD
Patent Examiner, 01/2011
to Current U.S. Patent & Trademark Office – Detroit,
Review patent applications for compliance with all laws and regulations.
Ability to efficiently digest large volumes of scientific information, in order to make timely decisions regarding patentability of an application.
Conduct a substantive examination, including a detailed examination of the description and the claims of each application.
Prepare Office Actions that clearly evaluate and explain problems within an applicant's patent application.
Use specialized knowledge and technical research to evaluate claimed inventions.
Analyze disclosures and claims for compliance with 35 USC 101,102,103 and 112 laws.
Search through earlier publications, technical literature and online databases of UK and foreign patent specifications to make sure those applications are novel.
Prepare initial reports and give the results of the search to the applicant or, more usually, a patent attorney, who then decides whether to proceed to the second stage of the application or abandon the application.
Discuss and negotiate with the applicant and patent attorney to resolve any matters raised in the final report.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of developments through study and visits to laboratories, factories, exhibitions and seminars.
Review and research policies and procedures in order to process cases accurately and provide recommendations to Program Analyst.
Project Engineer, 01/2006
to 01/2011 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – Lexington,
Preparing original designs and preliminary and final layouts.
Coordinating assignments with other agency engineers and architects responsible for related features.
Reviewing architect-engineer plans and specifications for adequacy.
Prepares correspondence, technical reports, estimates, fact sheets, status reports and schedules as required to complete project assignments.
Consulted with contractor personnel to resolve unforeseen problems and latent conditions developing during maintenance.
Performed scheduling and layout of operations, and inspection and surveillance of materials, methods, and equipment used in construction.
Bachelor of Science: Electrical and Computer Engineering,
2004 Wayne State University - Detroit,
Continuing coursework in Electrical Engineering
Critical Electrical Systems coursework