David Kincaid ('10) joins large Atlanta IP firm
Cantor Colburn, one of the largest full-service intellectual property law firms in the country, has hired Brandeis School of Law graduate David Kincaid ('10) as an associate in its Atlanta office.
Kincaid, a former in-house counsel at Hewlett-Packard, is a patent attorney and computer engineer with significant patent experience. He concentrates his practice on preparing and prosecuting patent applications for electrical and computer-related technologies.
According to a press release from Cantor Colburn, Kincaid has substantial experience in the following technologies: server memory, processors, and data transfer; information access and delivery; data storage systems; network and mobility; e-commerce systems; radio frequency communication devices; utility metering and consumption monitoring and management systems and more. In addition to his patent practice, Kincaid has counseled clients on a variety of intellectual property issues such as copyright, trademark, and trade secret protection.
Kincaid is admitted in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and is registered to practice before to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has a BS in Computer Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology.