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About Richard

Richard T. Redano practices in the area of intellectual property law with emphasis on patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright and unfair competition litigation. Mr. Redano has extensive jury trial experience in all areas of intellectual property law, including securing claim construction rulings for clients after appearing at Markman hearings. He has argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth and Federal Circuits. Mr. Redano's practice also encompasses infringement and validity opinions, licensing and patent prosecution in a wide array of technical fields, including medical devices, geophysics, laser optics and electromechanical devices. He is a nationally published author on a variety of patent law topics. Admitted to practice in Texas, Colorado and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, he is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law and North Carolina State University (B.S., nuclear engineering).

work Experience

Rosenblatt & Redano, P.C., Houston, Texas
Jan. 1, 1990 - Jan. 1, 1999

Arnold, White & Durkee, Houston, Texas
Jan. 1, 1985 - Jan. 1, 1990

Reactor Inspector
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Jan. 1, 1981 - Jan. 1, 1983

Nuclear Engineer
Tennessee Valley Authority
Jan. 1, 1978 - Jan. 1, 1981

school Education

University of Tennessee College of Law
JD - Juris Doctor
- 1985
No accolades provided

North Carolina State University
BS - Bachelor of Science
- 1978
No accolades provided

group Associations

American Bar Association
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American Intellectual Property Law Association
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Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
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Board of Directors
Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
1992 - 1994

Houston Intellectual Property Law Association
1990 - 1990

import_contacts Published Works

The Impact of Markman Hearings on Patent Litigation
Conducting Markman Hearings in Patent Infringement Lawsuits
Impact of Patent Licensing On Patent Litigation And Patent Office Proceedings
The Licensing Journal
The Use of Narrow Patent Claims to Maximize Recoverable Damages in Oil and Gas Related Patent Litigation
State Bar of Texas
The Impact of Patent Licensing on Patent Litigation
Intellectual Property Today
Transportation Insurance Co. v. Moriel: Texas Supreme Court Lassos The Punitive Damages Broncing Bull (May That Bull Still Run Free in the Federal Courts?)
Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal
Patent Opportunities for Software Related Subject Matter
The Computer Lawyer
Protecting the Start-Up Venture from Litigation
MIT Enterprise Forum Newsletter
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