DENNIS J. DUPRAY, PH.D.
Dr. Dupray has over two decades of experience assisting high-tech companies with obtaining patent protection, analyzing patent-related risks and monetization opportunities and assisting in patent litigation.
Dr. Dupray’s practice includes prosecuting patent applications both domestically and abroad, involving a wide range of technologies. Dr. Dupray also counsels clients on portfolio strategies, patent validity and infringement, and freedom to market new products.
Dr. Dupray has counseled clients in a number of different technical areas including internet/network related inventions, electrical devices, software, encryption, business methods, wireless, signal processing, gaming, mechanical devices, orthodontics, medical devices, computer-aided design and mathematics related inventions.
Publications and Speaking Engagements
“A Quite General Text Analysis Method.” University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, Department of Computer Science. CU-CINEMASOURCE 237-82
“The Lattice of Closed Congruences on a Topological Lattice.” Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 263, No. 2, 457-67, February 1981.
“Simple Compact Topological Lattices.” Algebra Universalis, Vol. 9, 322-28, 1979.
- University of California, Ph.D., Mathematics
- University of Colorado, M.S., Computer Science
- University of California, B.S., Mathematics
United States Patent and Trademark Office