G. Peter Albert Jr., a Partner with Albert Dhand LLP, has been practicing law for 20 years at large general practice and intellectual property firms in Chicago and San Diego. Mr. Albert's practice encompasses all phases of international patent, trademark, and copyright litigation, prosecution, licensing and intellectual property counseling.
He has experience with a variety of technologies, including wireless communications systems, video coding, compression and processing, Communications protocols including GSM, EDGE, UMTS technologies and CDMA2000 technologies, ad-hoc networks, peer-to-peer and adaptive streaming, baseband processing, non-cellular wireless technologies including WiFi, Bluetooth, WiMax, NFC, and GPS, digital rights management and content licensing, ultra-fast laser applications, digital/analog circuits, broadband and embedded antennas, sensors and sensor networks, computer hardware/software, and medical device and diagnostic systems.
Mr. Albert is a frequent lecturer on intellectual property law and an adjunct professor of various intellectual property and technology law courses at the University of San Diego Law School and Chicago Kent School of Law. He is also a contributing author of the legal treatise Legal issues in Electronic Commerce (Captus Press, 2002 and 2005).
Mr. Albert also has experience in law office management. He was the chair of the San Diego/Del Mar Intellectual Property Department at Foley and Lardner, and a member of the San Diego Office Operations Committee. He was the managing partner of the San Diego office at the intellectual property firm of Lyon & Lyon. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Albert worked as a design engineer and design team leader for Reuters, Inc., where he was responsible for the design and development of communications and information systems.
He received his undergraduate degree from Michigan Technological University and his J.D. from John Marshall School of Law.
Mr. Albert is the Editor-in-Chief of the AIPLA/Bloomberg BNA Books treatise Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace.
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