Richard Dyer’s extensive in-house, law firm, and hands-on engineering experience provide him with deep knowledge of KDB client’s patent matters. He takes a results-oriented approach across all industries. Furthermore, Rick’s years of experience have enabled him to assist clients with patent preparation and prosecution in various areas of the electronic and software arts, and draft opinions related to patent infringement and invalidity.
Rick focuses on patent preparation and prosecution in various areas of the electronic and software arts, including display imaging, optics, wireless, cellular, computer memory, fabric computing, emulation, semiconductor process and manufacturing, reticle enhancement, printed circuit board design, hardware synthesis, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and encryption
His experience entails:
- Evidence of use analysis and targeted claim drafting and prosecution based on the evidence of use
- Patent portfolio management
- IP due diligence related to merger and acquisition activities
In addition, before he practiced law, Richard was an engineer for nLight Photonics in their laser diode test department. Additionally, Richard worked as a graduate researcher at Portland State University, performing control system engineering using neural networks.
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- Omikron IP Law Group, Counsel, 2012 - 2013
- Mentor Graphics Corporation, Counsel and Patent Attorney, 2007 - 2012
- Intel Corporation, Senior Patent Analyst Intern, 2007
- nLight Photonics, Engineer, 2002 - 2003
- Portland State University, Graduate Researcher