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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.


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


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

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