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  • Education
    • J.D., UIC John Marshall Law School, 2013
    • B.S., University of Colorado, 2005, Electrical Engineering
  • Bar Jurisdictions
    • Texas
    • Admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office

Payton Hashemi’s creative approach enables him to help clients protect their products with utility and design patents. He is consistently relied upon to draft patent applications requiring in-depth knowledge of complex technologies. Payton efficiently and eloquently describes inventions in applications in layman's terms, and is often able to work with inventors to uncover unforeseen patentable aspects. He works with a wide array of technologies, including radio-frequency (RF) front-end circuitry, telecommunications, power conversion and amplification systems, renewable energy and artificial intelligence, to prepare and prosecute high-quality U.S. and international patent applications.

Payton leverages his experience working as an Electrical Engineer in the medical and defense industries. During his tenure as an Electrical Engineer, he worked on the design and development of power modules, where he gained experience in programming embedded systems and designing data acquisition, control, and power electronic devices. Payton continued his career working in the production and development of implantable pacemakers and defibrillators in the medical industry, where he supported the design and development of low-power sensing and voltage conversion circuitry of implantable devices.