Center for Patent Policy Senior Advisory Board
Professor Irving Kayton
Dr. Kayton is Professor of Law Emeritus, George Mason University.
From 1964 to 1988, he was a Professor of Law at The George Washington University Law Center in Washington, D.C., at which he originated and was the Director of the Patent and Intellectual Property Law Program and also of the Computers-in-Law Institute. Dr. Kayton left the G.W.U. faculty to become the George Mason University Foundation Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the George Mason School of Law. He joined the George Mason faculty in January, 1988, and instituted and directed both the Juris Doctor Specialty Track in Patent Law and the Complex Technology Litigation Institute at George Mason until 1992.
Professor Irving Kayton founded Patent Resources Institute, Inc., (PRI), and Patent Resources Group, Inc., (PRG), which have offered publications and courses in all aspects of intellectual property since 1969 for lawyers, scientists, engineers, and executives at all levels of experience. Approximately 3,000 professionals attend those courses each year at locations throughout the United States. PRI and PRG are located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Of all the currently active patent practitioners in the United States, approximately 75% have attended one or more of Professor Kayton's courses. He retired from PRI & PRG in early 2007.
John B. Fenn, Ph.D.
2002 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry -for their development of soft desorption ionisation methods for mass spectrometric analyses of biological macromolecules.
John Fenn is a Professor in Analytical
chemistry at the
Department of Chemistry.
John Fenn received a Ph.D. in chemistry from
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Former Congressional Fellow Intellectual Property
Professor of Law, Director, Intellectual Property Amicus Clinic , Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, NH , He is a charter member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the U.S. PATENTS QUARTERLY (BNA)
Langdon Winner Ph.D.
Department of Science and Technology Studies, Product
Design and Innovation program, chair at
Cynthia Wagner Weick, Ph.D.
Nevin C. Hulsey Chair in Business Excellence Professor, Management
Ron Westrum, Ph.D.
Professor-Science, Technology, and Society - School of
Gerald Udell Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Marketing,
National Coordinator, American
Marra Design Associates, LLC,
Neurosurgen, and Inventor,
Mike Levine invented the set-back thermostat,
VCR on screen
programming, VCR Plus, the interactive TV guide which is used on
satellite systems, and continues to produce inventions.
Aaron Perez-Daple , Harvard Law School
, Harvard Law School
Ron Riley, Senior
Fellow, founder InventorEd
Ron Riley, Senior Fellow, founder InventorEd
George Margolin, Senior Fellow, Margolin Development