Randy A. Noranbrock • Partner
Mr. Noranbrock’s practice is primarily directed to preparing and prosecuting patent applications for U.S. and foreign clients in the electrical, software, Internet, business methods, and mechanical arts. Mr. Noranbrock is also an adjunct Professor at the National Law School of India University in Bangalore, India where he lectures on intellectual property topics including U.S. Patent practice.
Mr. Noranbrock holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Computer Engineering from the George Washington University and a Juris Doctor degree from the George Mason University School of Law with a special emphasis on patent law. He is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Noranbrock’s professional associations include the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the American Bar Association (Member, Intellectual Property Law Section).
Practice Highlights & Technologies
Mr. Noranbrock has counseled clients ranging from sole inventors to large international corporations in the areas of application drafting and prosecution before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Noranbrock has also prepared opinions concerning patent validity, infringement, and right-to-use. Mr. Noranbrock has conducted seminars and lectured on topics related to application drafting and prosecution including lecturing in conjunction with the Asian Pacific Intellectual Property Association in Taiwan (April and May 2008). Mr. Noranbrock has over ten years of engineering experience in the areas of computer and software engineering including real-time system design, object oriented design, embedded system design, and programming.