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Jeffrey Kurin


Selected Presentations:


Traditional and Non-Traditional Uses of Experts in Patent Matters 

Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA), San Francisco Chapter Meeting, July 9, 2008 

What is Involved in Getting a Patent 

IEEE Western Electronics Show and Convention (Wescon), August 14, 2003

Academic Background

B.S., with Honors, Electrical Engineering, George Washington University (1992)
J.D., George Mason School of Law (1997)

Areas of Technology

  • Analog circuits and signal processing

  • Digital circuits and signal processing

  • Mixed signal processing

  • Audio signal processing

  • Semiconductor devices, processing and packaging

  • Photodetector devices and applications

  • RF and microwave test equipment

  • Optical, magnetic and ferroelectric data storage systems 

  • Cardiac rhythm management, cardiac monitoring and treatment, and cardiac leads

  • Photoplethysmography and Impedance Plethysmography

  • Neurostimulation for pain management

  • Interstitial brachytherapy for treatment of cancer

  • Client-Server systems

  • Communication systems

  • Computer architecture

  • Computer software

  • E-commerce and other Internet applications

  • Electrostatic precipitators

  • Electro-mechanical and mechanical devices

  • Consumer products

Work Experience 


Systems Engineer at Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin) Air Traffic Systems under contract with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 



Supreme Court of California

State Bar of District of Columbia

State Bar of Virginia (inactive)

United States Patent and Trademark Office

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