Norman Lee

Of Counsel


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• B.S., Electrical Engineering, U.C. Berkeley
• M.S., Electrical Engineering, U.C.L.A.
• J.D., U.C.L.A. School of Law

Admissions and Affiliations

• State Bar of California (SBOC)
• District of Columbia Bar
• United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
• Eta Kappa Nu
• Tau Beta Pi

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Norm’s Background

Norm is a wireless communications patent specialist, having spent nearly a decade studying communications theory, working as an RF engineer and prosecuting patent applications relating to wireless communications.

His graduate studies in electrical engineering focused on communications and networking (error-correction coding, information theory, stochastic systems and modeling). As an aerospace engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, he designed systems on projects including the Cassini spacecraft (mission to Saturn). Later, at Boeing Satellite Systems (formerly Hughes Space & Communications), he served as an RF payload engineer on a telecommunications satellite program.

As a patent attorney, Norm has extensive prosecution experience in electrical technologies, having prepared and prosecuted patent applications relating to wireless communications (3G, LTE, Wi-Fi, Device-to-Device) and mobile devices. Norm’s practice has also encompassed a variety of other technologies, including display panels, automated test equipment, electrical circuits, electronic musical instruments and medical devices. Additionally, Norm has supported licensing negotiations and has prepared numerous requests for ex parte reexamination of issued patents. These requests were granted by the USPTO.

Norm currently resides and practices in the Los Angeles area.