John Chandler is Of Counsel to Lloyd & Mousilli and brings more than 15 years of patent experience to the service of his clients. He has specialized in supporting small to mid-size companies, particularly start-up companies as well as individual inventors.
Mr. Chandler has prosecuted patents across many areas with both domestic and foreign experience in a broad range of technologies, media, digital rights, and open source issues.
His technical expertise is in a wide range of areas including computer, medical, and chemical experience.
Mr. Chandler holds a doctorate in law from the University of Texas School of Law and a bachelors degree in Chemicals & Fuel from the University of Utah.
The University of Texas School of Law
JD, Doctor of Jurisprudence
Activities and Societies: Texas IP Law Journal, IP Law Society
University of Utah
BS, Chemicals & Fuel Engineering
Activities and Societies: Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Lincoln Law School of San Jose
Patent Clinic Supervisor
Seventh Judicial District of Idaho (Idaho Falls)
Clerk for the Honorable Richard St. Clair
Programmer & IT Analyst
ASPEN TECHNOLOGY, INC
File a Provisional Patent Yourself
Feb 2016 Pretium Press
Lincoln Law School of San Jose Intellectual Property Series presents “File a Provisional Patent Yourself.” This guide provides a concise overview of what is needed to file a provisional patent application, as well as perspectives which should be taken into consideration when preparing a provisional patent application.