David Krivoshik

Registered Patent Attorney

David, a Registered Patent Attorney, brings over two decades of Patent and over a decade of computer hardware/software integration experience to Virtual IP Law, LLC.

Education

Dual B.S. Biological & Agricultural Engineering – Rutgers College of Engineering and College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences (George H. Cook Scholar with Thesis) 1976.

Master of Engineering Electrical Engineer & Computer Science – Stevens Institute of Technology 1978.

Juris Doctorate, Rutgers Law School-Newark 1994.

Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania Bar 1994; United States Patent & Trademark Office 1995; New Jersey Bar 1995

Areas of Practice

Experience

David has over two decades of experience counseling start-up businesses, individual inventors, small businesses and multinational corporations on intellectual property issues. Prior to practicing intellectual property law he founded and operated for over a decade a professional engineering company specializing in computer software/hardware & communication system integration solutions. David enjoys teaching about Intellectual Property and Technology.

Areas of Technology

Computer Implemented Systems & Methods; Software; AI; Machine Learning; Computer Applications; Computer Systems; Instrumentation Systems; Electrical Circuits & Systems; Electro-Mechanical Devices & Systems; Agricultural Systems; Medical Devices; Complex & Simple Mechanical Devices; Communications: Digital & Analog including Optical, Wired & Wireless; Optical Devices; Digital Signal Processing – Image, Audio & Multimedia; Customer Controlled Manufacturing Processes; Packaging & Intelligent Packaging Systems; Tattoo Inks & Systems; and more.

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Phone

Phone: 603-729-8853

Fax: 603-297-0811

Address

500 N. Commercial St., Suite 502LL, Manchester, NH 03101

760 Bean Hill Road, Northfield, NH 03276

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