Mr. Miller has experience in a broad array of intellectual property matters including patent and trademark prosecution and related litigation. Mr. Miller practiced exclusively in the field of intellectual property for numerous years at several large firms in California, including Knobbe Martins, Olson and Bear, before moving to Nevada. Because of Mr. Miller's technical background and degree in Electrical Engineering, he is well suited to practice in the field of intellectual property. Mr. Miller's areas of experience include trademark prosecution and patent prosecution in the electrical, gaming, and mechanical arts.
Mr. Miller represents several large corporations and numerous start-up companies in patent prosecution, trademark matters and general intellectual property law. Chad has filed and prosecuted hundreds of patent and trademark applications, in addition to numerous other intellectual property related matters including licensing, litigation, and copyright issues. Mr. Miller understands the importance of intellectual property protection for both large corporations and entities during the start-up phase and will work with you to maximize protection while minimizing costs.
Practice Areas All Phases of Patent Procurement and Counseling Patent Licensing Trademarks Copyrights Litigation Support and Technology Counseling, Infringement Analysis and Opinions
Education Northwest School of Law of Lewis & Clark College Juris Doctorate University of Nevada Las Vegas Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering
Additional Experience and Expertise Law School Law Review member and Current Materials Editor Law School Deans Fellow Scholar Law School Outstanding Oralist Award Tau Beta Pi Engineering Academic Honor Society, founding member and Vice-President
Bar & Court Admissions Admitted to: Nevada State Bar California State Bar Patent Bar, United States Patent and Trademark OfficeUnited States District Court: Southern, Central and Northern Districts of California
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