Alfred Ely Beach ( September 1, 1826 - January 1, 1896) was an inventor, publisher and patent lawyer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfred Ely Beach"
Andrew C. Greenberg co-created Wizardry with Robert Woodhead, which was one of the first role-playing games for a personal computer. He was also involved with the production of the game Q-Bert and several of the later Wizardry games in the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew C. Greenberg"
Arnoud Engelfriet (born 1974) is a European patent attorney working at the IP department (IP&S) of Royal Philips Electronics. After obtaining his M.Sc. in computer science, he joined IP&S and started working on Digital Rights Management (DRM), e-commerce and software. As a member of Philips' Open Source Advisory Board he advises on the legal aspects of open source software by Philips. He has published a large number of articles on the subject of law and technology, and regularly gives lectures and workshops on IP law inside and outside Philips. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arnoud Engelfriet"
Daniel Ravicher ("Dan") serves as "Senior Counsel" to Free Software Foundation, Executive Director and Founder of the Public Patent Foundation (PUBPAT), is a registered patent attorney, and Legal Director of Software Freedom Law Center. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daniel Ravicher"
G. Donald Harrison ( April 21, 1889 - June 14, 1956) has crafted some of the finest and largest organs in the United States. He started out in 1914 as a patent attorney for Henry Willis & Sons, but after military service he began studying organ voicings and techniqes. ...more on Wikipedia about "G. Donald Harrison"
Giles Sutherland Rich (May 30, 1904 - 1999) was a judge on the U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals (CCPA) and later on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), and arguably had more influence than any other individual on modern U.S. patent law. ...more on Wikipedia about "Giles Sutherland Rich"
Greg "Fossilman" Raymer (born 1964 in Minot, North Dakota) is a professional poker player. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greg Raymer" It's real shortopedia feeling! Patent_attorneys
Günter Wächtershäuser, a chemist turned patent lawyer, is mainly known for his groundbreaking and influential work on the origin of life, and in particular his iron-sulfur world theory, a theory that life on Earth had hydrothermal origins. The theory is consistent with the hypothesis that life originated near seafloor hydrothermal vents. ...more on Wikipedia about "Günter Wächtershäuser"
Jeff Lindsay is a chemical engineer in Appleton, Wisconsin. He is a well-known amateur Latter-day Saint apologist. Dr. Lindsay's award-winning website started out as a soapbox, but rapidly earned him wide renown among the multiple communities he defends in his regular essays and blog entries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeff Lindsay"
A patent attorney is an attorney who has the specialized qualifications necessary for representing clients in obtaining patents and acting in all matters and procedures relating to patent law and practice, such as filing an opposition. The term is used differently in different countries, and thus may or may not require the same legal qualifications as a general legal practitioner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Patent attorney"
Sharon Margaret Bowles (born 12 June, 1953 in Oxford) is a Liberal Democrat politician and Member of the European Parliament for the South East England of the United Kingdom. As with all the other Liberal Democrat members in the parliament, she sits in the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe grouping. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sharon Bowles"
Norman (N.) Stephan Kinsella (born 1965) is an American intellectual property lawyer and libertarian legal theorist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stephan Kinsella"
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