Paul Angello is a partner of the firm and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Paul concentrates on patent prosecution and litigation matters, and his legal experience includes the preparation and prosecution of patent applications directed to inventions in electron devices, electronic circuitry, semiconductor wafer fabrication, electrooptical systems, lasers, liquid crystal devices and display systems, holographic devices and display systems, optical processing apparatus, robotic equipment, and medical diagnostic methods. He has actively participated in several patent infringement lawsuits, including patent litigation involving complex technical subject matter.
Paul has nine years of experience as an electrical engineer, including eight years at Hughes Aircraft Company as a staff engineer. His engineering experience includes the design of analog and digital circuitry for electronic instruments; radar system design, analysis and integration; and wide-band digital satellite communications subsystem design, integration and performance evaluation. He was the staff engineer responsible for the flight hardware design and in-flight operation of the radar signal digital processor of the Pioneer Venus Orbiting Radar Mapper. He has written for several technical publications, including articles relating to the analysis of modulation techniques and the design of band and amplitude limited digital satellite communications channels. He is a holder of two patents.
Professional Honors & Activities
- Selected as one of "America's Leading Lawyers for Business" (Oregon) by Chambers USA (currently: Intellectual Property), 2010-2012
- Listed in Best Lawyers in America® (currently: Litigation-Patent, Patent Law), 1991-2013
- Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers
- Treasurer of the Optical Society of America, Columbia Section, 2004-2009
- Past president, Optical Society of America, Columbia Section
- Oregon Patent Law Association
- University of Southern California Law School, J.D., 1981
- University of California, Los Angeles, M.S., 1974
- University of Pennsylvania, B.S.E.E., 1972
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- U.S. Patent Trademark Office