LEONARD HOLTZ, B.E.E. City University of New York; M.S.E.E. Columbia University; J.D. Brooklyn Law School. Formerly Assistant Director of International Patent Affairs at International Telephone and Telegraph Co. (ITT). In private practice since 1968, with particular emphasis on complex computer technology; electrical, electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical components and systems; and trademark matters.


HERBERT GOODMAN, Metallurgical Engineer, Colorado School of Mines; J.D. New York University. Member of Patent Department, International Nickel Company, 1950-1953; then Patent Counsel M & T Chemicals, Inc. In private practice since 1961, with particular emphasis on polymer chemistry, photochemistry, pharmaceutical and agricultural chemicals, and metallurgy.


MARSHALL J. CHICK, B.S. State University of New York at Stony Brook; M.S. Chemistry, Stevens Institute of Technology; J.D. New York Law School. Ten years experience in industrial research chemistry. In private practice since 1974, with particular emphasis in chemical and physio_chemical matters including pharmaceutical, biochemical, metallurgical, photographic- light sensitive systems, inorganic crystalline and phase-change systems, and agricultural chemicals and systems.


RICHARD S. BARTH, B.Ch.E. City College of the City University of New York; J.D. Seton Hall University. Formerly member of Patent Department Mobil Oil Corporation. In private practice since 1980, with particular emphasis on chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural, biotechnical, metallurgical and trademark matters. Five years experience as process engineer in the design of chemical and petroleum plants.


DOUGLAS HOLTZ, B.A. Harvard University, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with additional studies in physics and electronics; J.D. Columbia Law School. Resident in London for nine years practicing international corporate law and US patent law. Registered to practice before the USPTO since 1989, with particular emphasis on electronics, computer software, business methods, medical devices, optics and mechanical systems. Practice includes prosecuting patents, preparing infringement and validity opinions, negotiating licensing agreements and counseling clients in a wide variety of technical fields.


ROBERT P. MICHAL, B.S.E.E. Lehigh University; J.D. Hofstra University. In practice since 1988, with particular emphasis on electronics, computers and computer software, business methods, electromechanical and electrochemical components and systems, telecommunications, medical devices and optics; trademark prosecution, clearance, opinions and inter-parte proceedings; licensing and client counseling.


BRIAN ROFFE, B.S.A.E. Technion University; J.D. Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Registered to practice before the USPTO since 1991, with particular emphasis on automotive safety components, telematics, intelligent highway systems, mechanical and electromechanical devices, and medical devices. Practice includes preparation and prosecution of patent applications and preparing infringement and validity opinions in a wide variety of technical fields.


YEFIM KREYDIN, Moscow State Aviation University and Russian Institute of Intellectual Property (Moscow). Chief of Patent Department of a Division of Central Institute of Aviation Motors (1973-1989). Part time USSR Patent Office Examiner (1968-1991). Registered Russian Patent Attorney and Registered U.S. Patent Agent. Particular emphasis on electrical, mechanical and electro-mechanical components and systems.


STEPHEN H. FRISHAUF, Vienna, Austria. B.S.E.E. Universityof Illinois, 1941; J.D. University of Connecticut; L.L.M. NewYork University. Formerly Senior Patent Attorney, General Electric Company, in general charge of all General Electric international electronic patents and ancillary international matters. In private practice since 1964, with particular emphasis on electrical and machinery industries in an international setting. Occasional lecturer at CEIPI, Strasbourg. Bi-lingual English-German, fluent French.

RICHARD M. GOLDBERG, B.S.M.E. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; B.S.E.E. Fairleigh Dickinson University; J.D. George Washington University. In private patent practice since 1977, with particular emphasis on electronic, computerand electromechanical technology.