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Virtual In-House IP Attorneys

Virtual In-House IP Counsel work with corporate clients on a full-time or part-time temporary basis.  The duration of the engagement can range from a couple of months and up to two years.  Under typical circumstances, the attorney time is purchased on a retainer basis which allows for more economical pricing for the required services.

The Virtual In-House IP Counsel are contracted to customers independently of the Schwegman firm, and the Schwegman firm receives no compensation, so the virtual IP attorney is ethically free to act independently from the firm.

Meet the Virtual In-House IP Attorneys

Luke Dohmen

Luke Dohmen is an IP attorney recognized for his track record in delivering high-impact and forward-looking Global IP and IP portfolio management strategies resulting in alignment with business and technology goals, brand protection and protection of differentiated products. Luke’s expertise includes: Global IP Strategy, Innovation Protection, M&A, Infringement Analysis and IP Leadership.

As a skilled Legal Executive, Luke led IP due diligence in support of more than 35 acquisitions contributing to depth and breadth of global product offerings and competitive strength. He held the critical position of Corporate Chief Patent Counsel for Boston Scientific Corporation, a $9B medical device company. In this role, Luke was the primary in-house counsel for high profile global litigations and IP contract negotiations worldwide.

Luke has a solid record of reducing prosecution costs, patent/trademark fees, general counseling and opposition/reexamination spending. He is a trusted team member in the protection of data, trade secrets and confidentiality. While at BSC, Luke focused on resource spending strategies in support of targeted technologies and inventions through innovative IP spend improvements and budget management resulting in significant under budget results year over year.

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Ian MacKiIan MacKinnonnnon is an IP attorney with extensive experience in Fortune 500 and small corporations providing strategic legal advice in complex legal matters. He has strong legal and business skills directing legal strategies to best meet long term and short term goals of the corporation. Ian also has extensive experience managing litigation and working with in-house and outside counsel. He works closely with teams to develop procedures to streamline the legal processes and build them into the DNA of the organization and has a reputation for implementing technological changes to maximize efficiency and awareness.

As the IP Counsel with Nortek, Ian was responsible for all IP matters, for each of the business units including patents, trademarks, trade secrets and copyrights and all transactional matters. Ian was also responsible for all IP litigation and has managed six suits in his first year with Nortek. Bringing three to a successful resolution for his clients. These cases include Federal District Court and ITC actions.

Prior to Ian’s work at Nortek he was Counsel for IBM. He was one of the core members of the patent licensing and sales legal team responsible for generating IP income for IBM. In support of IBM’s annual attainment of over $1B in IP income, this team focuses on the development and deployment of innovative patent monetization strategies, including managing creation and presentation of infringement and sales collateral. Prior to moving to IBM, Ian was the IP Counsel for UTC’s Research Center. Ian’s UTC responsibilities included the oversight of the IP law department for UTC’s Research and Development Center. While at UTC, Ian was instrumental in developing a process for the identification and protection of UTC’s cutting edge technology. Prior to his work with UTC, Ian was an Assistant General Counsel with Honeywell where he was responsible for all IP issues including Patent, Trademark, Copyright, Licensing, Transactional Matters, Advertising, Government Contracts and other legal services.

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ThoTom Reynoldsmas C. Reynolds is an IP attorney with a legal practice focusing on patent post-grant proceedings, intellectual property development and enforcement strategies, litigation counseling/support, complex licensing agreements and opinions.

Tom was the Executive Vice President and General Counsel for ThinkFire, a leading provider of intellectual property representation and monetization services. He managed a group of internal attorneys and outside counsel responsible for handling various matters related to licensing, litigation, patent brokerage and intellectual property due diligence. Prior to ThinkFire, Tom was a Senior Managing Litigation Attorney and then Chief Patent Counsel for Intel Corporation where he managed a group of over 75 attorneys, patent agents, paralegals and support staff. He was responsible for Intel’s worldwide patent portfolio and worked closely with senior executives in formulating corporate intellectual property strategy. He managed all technical analysis in support of licensing and litigation and also personally managed many of Intel’s major litigation matters in the areas of patents, trade secrets, antitrust, breach of contract, commercial torts and wrongful termination.

Tom is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Intellectual Property Owners Association. He received his J.D. from Brigham Young University where he was a member of the Board of Advocates. He also holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.

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