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Professor Michael Risch joined the Villanova faculty in 2010 from the West Virginia University College of Law, where he directed the Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Law Program. Prior to joining the West Virginia faculty, he served as an Olin Fellow in Law at Stanford Law School.
Professor Risch’s teaching and scholarship focus on intellectual property and internet law, with an emphasis on patents, trade secrets and information access. His articles have been published in the Stanford Law Review and Duke Law Journal, among others; online in the Yale Law Journal Online and PENNumbra; and less formally at the Written Description Madisonian, Prawfsblawg Faculty Lounge, and Patently-O blogs.
Professor Risch has published numerous articles (in addition to blog posts) related to patentable subject matter, including: Everything is Patentable, Forward to the Past, Life After Bilski, A Surprisingly Useful Requirement and Nothing is Patentable. Two of these articles were cited by the United States Supreme Court.
Professor Risch received his A.B. with honors and distinction in Public Policy and with distinction in Quantitative Economics from Stanford University, and his J.D. with high honors from the University of Chicago Law School. Prior to entering academia, he was a partner at intellectual property boutique Russo & Halle LLP in Palo Alto, California.
Mr. Ivan Kirchev is the IP Sales and Licensing Business Strategy Manager with Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He is a registered U.S. Patent Attorney with a wide variety of intellectual property experience, including patent development and portfolio management, analysis and monetization of intellectual property, patent sales, licensing and divestiture, software licensing, software open source, tech transfer, and opinion work. He is a member of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Intellectual Property Sales and Licensing group responsible for monetizing HPE’s intellectual property by executing all activities around identifying, analyzing, and closing various IP related deals, software licensing, tech transfers and other business transactions involving HPE IP rights. He was previously Patent Counsel and Portfolio Manager for the Software and Analytics Lab in Hewlett Packard Labs, and before that he was an Intellectual Property attorney with Michael Best & Friedrich LLP.
Mr. Kirchev earned his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and his B.S. in Computer Information Systems from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Mr. Aseet Patel concentrates on patent prosecution and litigation matters primarily in the electrical, computer and business method arts. He also provides opinion counseling services to clients, including various types of clearance opinions on patents.
At Banner & Witcoff, Mr. Patel has been preparing and prosecuting patent applications for many years in a variety of technology areas, including those relating to electronic circuits, computer hardware and networks, cellular telephones, Internet and e-commerce, business methods, semiconductor processing, and medical devices. Mr. Patel also has substantial litigation experience. He has represented clients in all aspects of litigation, including pre-trial discovery, witness preparation, depositions, and trial. While representing a major set-top box manufacturer in a multi-patent infringement suit, Mr. Patel used his software expertise to analyze source code in several different programming languages to assess infringement and assisted at the depositions of technology-savvy witnesses. Mr. Patel has also prepared witnesses and exhibits for trial and drafted various court documents.
Mr. Patel is admitted to practice in Illinois, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He earned his J.D. from Loyola University and his B.S. from the University of Illinois.
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