Ben’s practice focuses on patent preparation and prosecution, plus portfolio management and client counseling in the fields of communication technology, software engineering, electrical engineering, computerized business methods, computer engineering and web applications. He has prepared and prosecuted countless applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, with subject matters ranging from high-tech electronics and software to low-tech mechanical devices. As a patent expert, Ben has the forethought and ability to understand the complex issues that can be encountered when dealing with the Patent and Trademark Office in acquiring a patent. He can step in, identify nuances, explain both sides of the issues in everyday language and advocate for the best available outcome. Before he practiced law, Ben was a successful engineer. He worked on Bluetooth modules for Ericsson, developed a software tool chain and developed a report writer for a relational database. He’ll leverage this experience and in-depth knowledge for your benefit, streamlining and translating everything necessary to ensure you have a complete understanding of even the most complex systems and processes.
Admitted to PracticeState Bar of Texas
United States Patent and Trademark Office
EducationTexas Wesleyan School of Law (now Texas A&M School of Law),J.D.
Southern Methodist University, M.B.A.
Texas Tech, B.S., Electrical Engineering
Texas Tech, B.S., Computer Science