Christopher R. Rogers
Technical Field:Electrical Engineering
Industry Expertise:Patent Prep and Prosecution
Chris graduated from The University of Southern Maine in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Chris worked as a design engineer at Dielectric Communications, a division of SPX Corporation, from 1994 through 2004. His job responsibilities at Dielectric included design, development, and performance verification of various RF technologies, including TV and FM broadcast antennas and high-power RF transmission systems. His responsibilities also included the development of numerous software tools used to facilitate the marketing, design, and production of Dielectric’s RF product line.
Chris earned his JD from The University of Maine Law School in 2007, graduating with honors. While attending law school, Chris served as an Articles Editor for the Maine Law Review and interned at the Maine Patent Program, where he provided various IP related services to Maine small businesses. Chris passed the Patent Bar in 2006. After graduating from law school, Chris moved to Houston, Texas, passed the Texas Bar in 2007, and began his career as a patent attorney. Chris joined in 2009.
Chris’s practice has given him experience in a wide variety of technical fields, including industrial controls, imaging devices, medical products, semiconductor design and fabrication, computer system design, automotive electronics, software, and data mining.