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Krivoshik LLC offers two decades of extensive experience in Intellectual Property Law including all aspects of patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and Internet Law.

 

Blending Intellectual Property Law with Professional Engineering experience & Computer System Integration experience provides you with a clear business sense basis to assist your decisions about your Intellectual Property.

 

Intellectual Property Law is the firm’s only business.

 

Registered US Patent Attorney services by a US Citizen located in the US (never out sourced off shore – never out sourced anywhere).

 


 

David Peter Krivoshik View David Krivoshik's profile on LinkedIn is a senior Patent Attorney specializing in all aspects of patent prosecution, and digital intellectual property protection in the electronic, communication, computer, Internet, biomedical instrumentation and mechanical arts as well as copyright registration.

 

Mr. Krivoshik’s Intellectual Property Law experience includes, but is not limited to, preparing and prosecuting US, PCT and Foreign patent applications in a wide variety of computer,  electronic, electrical, business method and mechanical arts, infringement and validity studies, licensing and assertion, interference practice, reexamination practice, reissue practice, novelty searches and opinion, digital intellectual property protection, intellectual property audits, assisting with litigation, copyright practice and management responsibilities.

 

Mr. Krivoshik received a Dual B.S. in Biological and Agricultural Engineering from Rutgers University as a George H. Cook Scholar with thesis, his M.E. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology, and while working full time as a Professional Engineer, his J.D. degree at night from Rutgers School of Law - Newark.

 

Mr. Krivoshik founded and operated a Professional Engineering company specializing in Computer System Integration after being the director of data processing for the City of Elizabeth, New Jersey where he was responsible for implementing their first on-line computer system.

 

Mr. Krivoshik has been an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers School of Law – Newark for Patent Law, a Guest Adjunct Instructor & Lecturer at Seton Hall Law School, in Intellectual Property, and a Guest Lecturer and Instructor at the Rutgers College of Engineering, in Digital Instrumentation and Control Systems for Biotechnology.

 

In addition to frequently lecturing, Mr. Krivoshik has published numerous legal articles, including:

 

·       Recent Developments in Indian Patent Law, Dunn McKay and Krivoshik, 22nd Annual Joint Seminar Program, May 3, 2006;

·       The E-Business Legal Arsenal: Practitioner Agreements and Checklists, American Bar Association, 2004;

·       PCT strategies - To Demand or Not to Demand, Dunn McKay and Krivoshik, 19th Annual Joint Seminar Program, May 8, 2003;

·       Recent Developments in PCT Practice, Dunn McKay and Krivoshik, 18th Annual Joint Seminar Program, May 2, 2002;

·       Duty of Candor, Krivoshik, 17th Annual Joint Seminar Program, April 26, 2001;

·       Intellectual Property Protection for Digital Systems, Krivoshik, DIMACS, April 2000;

·       Understanding Basic Copyright Law, Krivoshik, Lorman Educational Services, March 2000;

·       Intellectual Property Protection for Software, Krivoshik, Outside Counsel, Fall/Winter 1999;

·       The Hidden Dangers of E-mail and the Internet (or a Slip of the Mouse), Peticolas and Krivoshik, Outside Counsel, Fall/Winter 1999;

·       Intellectual Impulse, Author & Editor of Intellectual Property Newsletter, 1998-2000;

·       By Any Other Name, Krivoshik, Legal Times Intellectual Property Special Report, December 11, 1995;

·       Paying Ransom on the Internet, Krivoshik, New Jersey Law Journal, October 23, 1995;

·       Shoot-Out on the Information Highway, Krivoshik, The Law Works, September 1995; and,

·       Drafting an Effective Computer System Contract, Krivoshik, The Law Works, February and March 1995.

 

Mr. Krivoshik is a Professional Engineer licensed in Electrical Engineering, a member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Mensa.

 

Mr. Krivoshik is admitted to practice before: the United States Patent and Trademark Office; the bars of New Jersey and Pennsylvania; and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

 

           

 

 

 

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