David Boyd focuses his practice on patent drafting and prosecution. He is experienced in the areas of mechanical design and motion control system analysis, design, and optimization as well as electronic design, computer programming, and optics, especially illumination design and stray light analysis.

Previously, Mr. Boyd spent nearly 17 years as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard in Colorado, where he was a key designer of several desktop scanner models. At HP, he also worked with magnetic disk drives, digital cameras, and other digital imaging devices. He then held positions in the organization's legal department, most recently as a patent attorney, where he drafted and prosecuted patent applications relating to a variety of technologies, including digital imaging and computing.

Mr. Boyd is an inventor on at least 27 U.S. patents.

University of Denver College of Law, J.D. (2004) Order of St. Ives

Kansas State University, M.S., Mechanical Engineering - Automatic Control Theory (1982)

Kansas State University, B.S., Mechanical Engineering (1981) summa cum laude



Court Admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2002)

Professional & Community Activities

Colorado Bar Association, Member

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