- University of Pennsylvania, M.S. in Electrical and Systems Engineering, magna cum laude, 2003
- University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Electrical and Systems Engineering, cum laude, 2002
Harry’s practice focuses on the worldwide prosecution of patent applications, prior art searches, patent licensing support, patentability analysis support, validity analysis support, infringement analysis support, producing technical claim charts, litigation support, and strategic prosecution.
Harry works on patent licensing support and strategic patent prosecution for large patent licensing companies and standards development companies for wired, wireless, and software technologies. As a result of his patent licensing and prosecution work, clients have generated hundreds of millions in licensing revenue.
The licensing support and strategic patent prosecution includes drafting new claims as a result of mining a patent specification or patent portfolio for valuable inventions. Harry helps to get the valuable inventions through the patent offices globally. Once patented, claim charts are produced that Harry’s clients use to license or sell the newly protected inventions.
Harry began his career at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as a Patent Examiner, responsible for examining domestic and Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) patent applications related to the telecommunications field.
Publications, Presentations and Recognitions
University of Pennsylvania Engineering Alumni Society Patent Forum, March 2009, March 2011, and March 2013.
Harry is a named inventor on over 25 patents.
Judges the Moore School’s Annual Senior Design Competition at the University of Pennsylvania
Advisor to Weiss Tech House Invention Teams
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Life Beyond the Law
I love what I do. Inventing and creating new possibilities through new ideas provides a great benefit to society. Outside of work, I enjoy inventing and developing new technologies to push forward progress. I’m also active with my alma mater to help young minds with their inventions.