About Stephen C. Glazier, Esq.
Mr. Glazier, a partner with the law firm of K&L Gates, LLP, concentrates in intellectual property, specifically in patent and technology matters, including patent prosecution, litigation, transactions, licensing, strategic counseling, opinion letters, responses to demand letters, due diligence, equity transactions for technology companies, intellectual property evaluations, and internal invention surveys.
Mr. Glazier has extensive experience in fields including software, business methods, computer systems, the Internet, finance, e-commerce, financial services, insurance, intelligent equipment, telecommunications, GPS applications, encryption, security systems, bio-ID sensors, wireless communication and hand-held devices, retailing, multi-media, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, batteries, fuel cells, petroleum and coal exploration and production, mining, electric power generation and distribution, nuclear power, hybrid and electric vehicles, vehicle telematics, supertankers, trains and airplanes, LEDs and lighting, nanotech, clean tech, and other fields.
Mr. Glazier also advises on the strategic development and commercialization of patented portfolios and products. He has invented around adverse patents, and is the inventor of six U.S. patents.
Mr. Glazier has lectured at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management and the Georgetown University Business School, regarding patent strategies.
Mr. Glazier frequently writes and speaks about intellectual property and the commercialization of technology. He is the author of three books: Patent Strategies for Business, Technology Deals, and e-Patent Strategies (complimentary copies are available upon request).
- J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 1979
- M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1973, (Sigma Xi; Scientific Research Society of North America)
- B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972, (MIT)
- Bar of California (Inactive)
- Bar of District of Columbia
- Bar of New York
- Bar of Texas (Inactive)
- Supreme Court of the United States
- U.S. Patent & Trademark Office