Experts Review Patent Dispute Involving Communications Technology

Victoria Negron

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— Updated on May 8, 2018

Wireless Technology Expert

This case involves a patent infringement regarding wireless communications technologies. The patent in question allowed computers to switch the method used for their network connection without interruption. The plaintiff, a multinational telecommunications company, accused the defendant, a competitor, of habitual infringement of the patent by making, using, selling, and importing this technology.

Question(s) For Expert Witness

  • 1. Please describe your work with vertical handoff technology.

Expert Witness Response E-077370

I have over 20 years experience with vertical handoff technology in both industry and academic spaces. I formerly worked at At&T on this technology specifically and currently teach wireless mobile systems protocols which include vertical handoff technology.


Expert Bio:

This well-credentialed expert is a professor emeritus in the department of electrical and computer engineering at an Ivy League university. He is also currently active as a professor and distinguished chair in computer science for a public university. The expert earned his Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from a prestigious research university. He previously headed the wireless networks lab of an internationally recognized research group. The expert has been granted 18 patents with 2 additional patents pending. He is a fellow and member of various professional associations for engineering and computer science.

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