Victor G. Cooper

J.D., 1994, Loyola Law School (Cum Laude, Order of the Coif, International and Comparative Law Journal); B.S.E., 1980, California State University, Northridge (Tau Beta Pi); M.S.E.E., 1984, University of Southern California.

Mr. Cooper's intellectual property law experience includes patent prosecution and litigation. He also has twelve years of industry experience in electrical engineering.


Technical emphasis: digital signal processing, digital rights management, cryptography, digital circuit obfuscation, control and communication systems, consumer electronics, digital signal processing, computer hardware and software engineering.


Registrations: California State Bar; Minnesota State Bar; Colorado State Bar; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.


Affiliations: American Intellectual Property Law Association; Intellectual Property and Litigation Sections of the California State Bar; Los Angeles County Bar Association; Federal Circuit Bar Association; and Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association.

Presentations

Panelist, Quality – First Last and Always – Patent Preparation and Prosecution in a Post AIA/Alice World – Outside Counsel Perspective, American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Spring Meeting
April, 2015 Victor G. Cooper
AIPLA Spring Meeting, Los Angeles, April 2015
 
Panelist, The New Patent Rules: Response to Significant Changes Presented
November, 2007 Victor G. Cooper
Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association, November 2007


Panelist, Ethical Issues for In-House IP Counsel
September, 2007 Victor G. Cooper
California State Bar, Intellectual Property Section, September 2007
 
Chair, Patent Prosecution - New Standards for Obviousness and Fraud on the PTO - The Practical Implications of KSR and McKesson
September, 2007 Victor G. Cooper
Loyola Law School Special IP Focus Series, September 2007

Publications

U.S. Adoption of the International Standard of Patent Priority: Harmony or Schizophrenia?
April, 1994 Victor G. Cooper
"U.S. Adoption of the International Standard of Patent Priority: Harmony or Schizophrenia?," 16 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 697