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Mark R. Kresloff's practice primarily focuses on the preparation and prosecution of patent applications involving electronics, electrical designs, computer architecture, telecommunication networks and telecommunication systems. In the mid-to-late 1990s, Mr. Kresloff spent a great deal of time assisting his clients in protecting their intellectual property rights as they engaged in the development of mobile technologies relating to the AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone System), GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications), and later, UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System). More recently, Mr. Kresloff has been working with industry leaders in a similar capacity as they develop next generation technologies covered under the 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) and LTE (Long Term Evolution) standards. During his legal career, Mr. Kresloff has actually lived overseas for a significant period of time in order to work more closely with and better serve his clients. His time overseas has included stints in both Sweden and South Korea.
Mr. Kresloff also has an extensive amount of experience working with biomedical technologies. While studying biology as an undergraduate student, Mr. Kresloff worked as a histology technician and later as a pathology technician in relatively large hospitals in both Philadelphia and suburban New York city. He also worked as a research assistant, helping to develop imaging algorithms for use in diagnosing multiple sclerosis. Later, after receiving his law degree, and while serving as a patent examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, he examined patent applications involving three-dimensional graphics, where an overwhelming number of these applications related to medical imaging techniques. As an practicing attorney, Mr. Kresloff has represented a number of prominent biomedical clients, including two well respected universities, Johns Hopkins and the University of Florida, on patent prosecution matters involving a wide variety of medical devices, from simple syringes and catheters to complex therapeutic and diagnostic equipment, including medical imaging devices and the control algorithms that make the imaging devices work.
Mr. Kresloff also has an extensive amount of litigation experience, including trial experience. He also has a great deal of experience drafting freedom-to-operate studies; counseling clients on intellectual property issues such as patentability, validity, inventorship, and filing strategies; and preparing legal opinions relating to patent infringement and validity.
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Kresloff was a patent examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office, where he examined patent applications involving three-dimensional graphics processing for use in medical imaging, computer aided design systems and other computer display applications. Prior to working at the Patent Office, Mr. Kresloff was on active duty in the US Air Force for over 10 years. Then, Lieutenant Kresloff served in the US Air Force’s Logistics Command as the Chief Flight Test Engineer for the A-10 aircraft, and later, Captain Kresloff served as the Radar System Test Manager for the Joint Surveillance Targeting and Attack Radar System (JSTARS) program, working closely with the design engineers from Northrop Grumman and the engineering analysts at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research Corporation.
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