Patent Bar, CA
School of Law
"Campbell is a patent genius. As a new business, we needed to protect our technology before launching our first product. Campbell crafted a custom short and long term patent strategy to best fit our needs. He is very professional and was very prompt in drafting and filing the application. We are thrilled with his work product and will definitely use Campbell again when the time comes to convert into a non-provisional applicaiton."
Posted on Aug 10, 2016
Creative Industry Law
Apr 2015 - Present
Drafted detailed descriptions and claims for five patent applications
claiming software, electronic, and mechanical inventions. Conducted six examiner interviews and responded to seven office actions. Advised clients on domestic and international filing strategy. Performed patent landscaping and competitor portfolio analyses. Corresponded with European counsel and filed international and PCT apps
Nov 2014 - Present
Co-founded a legal technology company focusing on applying NLP and
artificial intelligence to intellectual property matters. Built a database of over 8 million trademark matters. Developed Naïve Bayes models for classifying trademarks into US and International classes as well as
categories of distinctiveness. Built NLP tool for writing trademark applications.
Jan 2016 - Jun 2016
Built patent database of over 7 million patents including claims,
abstracts, and prosecution transactions. Indexed and optimized database for search. Built a library of SQL queries to generate analytics on database. Analytics deliverables published in Unified’s member newsletter and used by Santa Clara and Stanford Law Professors including Brian Love and Shawn Miller.
Santa Clara University School of Law
Research Assistant to Professors Colleen V. Chien, Anna M. Han, and Brian J. Love
Aug 2014 - May 2016
Developed legal informatics using business intelligence data to discern venue preferences of pat lit defendants and licensing tendencies of software firms. Examined relationship between Chinese patent directives and the rate of patent proliferation in China using IP5 application allowance data. Compiled patent prosecution history statistics including number of non final rejections for IPR patents.
Jun 2015 - Aug 2015
Examined chemical and software patents in technology centers 1700 and
3600. Drafted three non-final office actions, an election of species, and a restriction requirement.Conducted applicant interviews with counsel representing Halliburton and Amazon and received advanced patent search training from the USPTO’s patent training academy.
Research Assistant to Professors Timothy Hanks and Dake Wang
Jun 2009 - Aug 2013
Synthesized conducting polymer doped alginate materials and tested their utility as organic LEDs and tissue scaffolds for facilitating tissue regeneration and new cell growth. Used ATR - FTIR, Raman, and NMR spectroscopy,thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) techniques. Conducted electrical conductivity and impedance measurements.
Research Fellow to Professor Konstantin Kornev
Jun 2008 - Aug 2008
Built a medical microprobe for sampling liquid from the surface of cancerous tissue. Performed rheological analysis of fluids. Measured prototype’s capillary and vacuum force using high shutter speed cameras,transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Predicted prototype’s ability to pump liquids of various viscoelastic properties by modeling its performance.