Cases, Transactions, Work Experience:
Mr. Neudeck is a registered patent attorney with over ten years of patent experience. He handles various intellectual property matters including patent prosecution, strategic IP planning, patent analysis and opinions, technology agreements, licensing, and patent litigation support. Mr. Neudeck was formerly a Senior Counsel at Hewlett-Packard. Mr. Neudeck has negotiated or advised his clients on technology agreements with entities that include Intel, the National Security Agency (NSA), NEC, and Hitachi. These agreements include patent licenses, joint development, source code, software distribution, open source, procurement, confidentiality, trade secret, and merger/acquisition agreements. Mr. Neudeck also has extensive experience with several well known patent “non-practicing entities.” Mr. Neudeck has helped manage the defense of several $100+ million patent lawsuits including Intergraph v. HP and Cornell v. HP. Previous to pursuing his legal career, Mr. Neudeck as an integrated circuit design engineer at Hewlett-Packard for over five years. His design experience includes work on PA-RISC microprocessors, bus interface chipsets, I/O bus design, and chipset testing.’
U.S. and International Intellectual Property Law, Patent Prosecution, Patent Infringement and Validity Opinions, Right-to-Use Searches, Patent Analysis Memorandum, Intellectual Property and Software Licensing, Technology Transfers, Litigation Support and Strategic IP Planning, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets. Mr. Neudeck has technical and patent experience in: Analog and digital integrated circuits including microprocessors, bus interfaces, RAM’s and ASIC’s; Integrated circuit manufacturing, manufacturing equipment, and test equipment; Discrete and integrated analog circuits; Power electronics; Telecommunications, networks, and the Internet; 3G wireless technology and networks; Microwave components; and, Software, including graphical user interfaces, firmware, and measurement systems.
The Internet and the Single Document Rule: Searching for the Four Corners of the Electronic Paper , 78 J Pat & Trademark Office Society 751, (with John Soma), 1996
Fundamentals of Microelectronic Circuit Design and Analysis , ISBN 0-471-69938-1, John Wiley & Sons, 2005