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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - ANALYSIS SPECIALISTS, EXPERTS, WITNESSES & FORENSIC CONSULTANTS.



In law, intellectual property (IP) is a broad entitlement extending the concept of property beyond its materialist definitions to include information, ideas, and other intangible assets in their expressed form. Depending on jurisdiction, IP rights generally enable the holder to exercise exclusive rights over the the subject matter (or "work") of the IP using copyright, patent, trademark, industrial design right and similar legal protections. The term reinforces that such works are the product of the mind or intellect and that any rights may be protected at law in the same way as any other form of property.


Chairman Expert Witnesses:

Expert Has Video Resume/CV

Southlake, TX, US

ExpertWitness.com

Over 20 years experience in/with Internet, Computers, Programming, Data Processing, Dating and Social Networking, Community Portals, Engineering, Business Development, Expert Witness, and Litigation Support.



Executive Expert Witnesses:

Broomfield, CO, US

Ph.D Purdue University Electrical Engineering, telecommunications & wireless technologies; cellular, PCS, GSM, Wi-Fi, WiMax, Bluetooth etc. Expert witness in many cases; laboratory tests, expert reports, infringement and validity analysis, depositions, courtroom testimony.



Mission Viejo, CA, US

Ray W Nettleton, LLC

Dr. Nettleton has been a leader in the telecommunications industry for some 44 years, as an entrepreneur, corporate officer, international businessperson and consultant, engineer, educator, author, lecturer, researcher, and expert witness. 



Rolling Hills Estates, CA, US

Mr. Sarabia has been deposed dozens of times and has testified in jury and bench trials, in federal and state court, in civil and criminal matters. Twenty years of experience in consumer licensing (revenue, standards, performance and breaches), trademarks, copyrights and the apparel business.




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In law, intellectual property (IP) is a broad entitlement extending the concept of property beyond its materialist definitions to include information, ideas, and other intangible assets in their expressed form. Depending on jurisdiction, IP rights generally enable the holder to exercise exclusive rights over the the subject matter (or "work") of the IP using copyright, patent, trademark, industrial design right and similar legal protections. The term reinforces that such works are the product of the mind or intellect and that any rights may be protected at law in the same way as any other form of property.