Kevin W. Miller is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a variety of technological fields including software, hardware, machine learning, databases, logistics, cloud computing, social networking, fintech, and information security.
Prior to joining the firm, Kevin was an intellectual property associate at a San Jose, California-based law firm, where he focused his practice on patent counseling and protection in the hardware and software fields of computing.
While attending law school, Kevin worked in a range of legal settings including law firms, technology corporations, and university-sponsored legal clinics, where he worked to obtain intellectual property protections for a diverse base of local individuals and entities.
Kevin is an experienced programmer with extensive experience in languages and platforms including Java, C, C++, C#, OpenGL, XML, HTML, Unity, Unreal, Machine, and Excel. He is also active in the 3D-printing community as a designer and modder.
The Ohio State University B.S. (2015) Computer Science and Engineering
University of Wisconsin Law School J.D. (2018)
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