Mead Misic is a technical advisor and registered patent agent in the Intellectual Property Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Boston office.
Mr. Misic’s practice is generally focused on litigation matters in the areas of electronics, photonics, telecommunications, displays, networks, mechanical and software technologies. He performs and assists with various freedom to operate analysis, infringement, as well as the non-infringement and invalidity positions and opinions, while providing technical and scientific advice to legal practitioners.
Mr. Misic’s patent prosecution experience includes:
As an engineer, Mr. Misic worked in research and development of quantum dot light emitting devices (QDLEDs), organic light emitting devices (OLEDs), testing of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, including ion implanter and dry-strip systems, as well as research of optical fiber manufacturing components.
- drafting and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent applications relating to network application delivery, network acceleration, connection management and server based computing environments for a large network software manufacturer
- drafting and prosecuting of lighting, LED and optical technology applications for small and medium-sized companies and universities
- assisting in drafting and prosecution of patent applications for emerging technologies, such as robot and medical devices technologies for major universities
- performing IP due diligence for investment firms in areas of micro-fluidics, semiconductors, telecommunications, software, networks and medical devices.
Mr. Misic received his B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from the College of Engineering at Boston University with a focus in photonics and electromagnetics. Presently, he is attending Suffolk University Law School with the graduating class of 2014.