is a partner in Faegre Baker Daniels' Denver office. He focuses on intellectual property matters concerning software, electronics, Internet, business method, telecommunications, electronic commerce and semiconductor technologies.
Scott's extensive experience includes developing and implementing IP strategies for protecting and monetizing technology assets; establishing invention disclosure programs; rendering opinions regarding infringement, validity and enforceability of patents; risk assessment and design-around analysis concerning new and current products; IP due diligence and agreement negotiations for corporate transactions; strategic analysis regarding patent litigation; strategic building of world-wide patent portfolios; patentability evaluation of cutting-edge technologies; and managing complex patent prosecution including appeals, reexaminations and reissues. In addition, he has served as an expert witness in litigation concerning data encryption technology. Prior to attending law school, Scott was employed at IBM as a LAN systems developer and computer programmer.
- Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Intellectual Property, 2012
- Super Lawyers® Intellectual Property (Virginia) 2006; Intellectual Property (Washington, D.C.), 2007
- American Bar Association - Patent Litigation Committee, Vice Chair; Special Committee on Patent Analysis and Opinions of Counsel, Past Chair
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- George Washington University Law School J.D. (1988)
- Emory University, B.S. Computer Science, B.A. Physics, dean's list (1985)
- District of Columbia
- New York