Derek D. Donahoe
Areas of Focus
, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
, Top 10% of graduating class
, Utah State University
Admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Derek Donahoe knows technology. As a practiced electrical engineer and patent attorney with Polsinelli's Science and Technology group, Derek prepares and prosecutes patents in a variety of technological fields. He is integral to the management of both United States and international patent portfolios and general intellectual property law on behalf of the firm's clients. Derek works with the clients he serves to craft a comprehensive and solid protection for their intellectual property, and his clients rely on him for his keen insights. Whether through preparation of provisional and non-provisional patent applications, non-infringement and invalidity opinions or defense patent rights through patent litigation, Derek strives to develop lasting relationships with clients to provide them with the best possible service.
Derek’s technical areas of experience include:
Networking technology and Internet
Multi-core and multi-threaded processors
Wireless communication systems
Satellite communication systems
Various other computer, electrical, and mechanical systems
Regional independent tandem telephone switch non-provisional patent application.
Semi-dynamic flip-flop with partially floating window non-provisional patent application.
Method and apparatus for parallelization of sequential power simulation non-provisional patent application.
Prediction and prevention of uncorrectable memory errors non-provisional patent application.
Gradient modeling toolkit for sculpting stereoscopic depth models for converting 2-D images into stereoscopic 3-D images non-provisional patent application.
Method and system for creating depth and volume in a 2-D planar image non-provisional patent application.
Method and system for encoding and transmitting high definition 3-D multimedia content non-provisional patent application.
"I’ve always been one to try and determine how things work. It’s this natural curiosity that makes what I do so interesting."
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