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Burman (Bud) Y. Mathis
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Mug ShotMr. Mathis has experience in all major aspects of patent law, including patent preparation and prosecution, patentability and infringement opinions, and litigation, with particular emphasis on wireless communications, analog electronics and signal processing.

Mr. Mathis has technical expertise in a large variety of electrical engineering and computer disciplines. For example, Mr. Mathis’ experience covers a wide variety of highly-technical subject matter that includes wired and wireless communications, including MIMO, 3G, 3GPP/LTE, and 4G technology, analog and digital electronics, image processing, semiconductor devices and processes, printers and copiers, projectors, cameras, speech recognition and synthesis, xerography, cryptography, control systems, database management software, magnetic and optical disc technologies, fiber optics, MEMS technologies, nanosensors, GPS navigation systems, data storage devices, software and computer networking.

Much of Mr. Mathis’ strengths come not only from his legal training, but from his advanced degree in electrical engineering and seventeen years as an electrical engineer in various defense, aerospace and telecommunications projects. Mr. Mathis’ technical and legal training allow him not only to readily understand complex technical and legal issues, but also to negotiate patentability and claim scope issues in his frequent interviews with Examiners.

Before joining Studebaker & Brackett PC, Mr. Mathis served as attorney with large general purpose firms and smaller patent boutiques in the Washington, DC area. During this time, Mr. Mathis supervised preparation and prosecution matters, and served on several litigation trial teams. Mr. Mathis attended The George Mason University School of Law and is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Virginia. He is also admitted before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the Eastern District of Virginia and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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