Martin Jaquez

Of Counsel
BSEE, MSEE, J.D.
Patent Attorney (US)
Trademark Attorney (US)
1-858-284-4191

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Marty Jaquez has worked with technology companies as both an engineer and an intellectual property attorney for over 28 years. He has the perspective of inside legal counsel as well as outside counsel in large law firms and has applied his experience and expertise in the representation of technology-based companies ranging from start-ups to large corporations. Marty is well versed in patent, copyright, trademark registration and related services.

Marty’s practice includes patent preparation, prosecution, and portfolio and strategy counseling in the fields of telecommunications, electronics, software, mechanical and electro-mechanical and biomedical devices. He has written and filed hundreds of patent applications the majority of which have published as issued patents.

  • Telecommunications: CDMA wireless communications systems, RF technologies, TDMA wireless communications systems and Bluetooth® technologies
  • Electronics: analog and digital devices and circuitry, integrated circuit design and fabrication, communication devices including RF devices, computer architectures and related electronic circuit device designs
  • Software: signal processing, telecommunications protocols, video compression decompression, imaging software applications, and real-time image processing
  • Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical: automotive safety system designs, radar-based collision avoidance systems, boating equipment designs, and food preparation and delivery systems
  • Bio-Medical Devices: medical devices and instrumentation, and imaging systems

EDUCATION

Juris Doctor, Magna Cum Laude (top 3%), University of San Diego School of Law, 1992 – Honors – Law Review and Dean’s Outstanding Scholar
MSEE, University of Southern California, 1982
BSEE, Boston University, 1981

MEMBER

American Bar Association
California Bar Association

PUBLICATIONS

Note – Illinois v Perkins, Vol. 27 USD Law Review, Issue 4, pg. 1019, November 1990
Comment – Vol. 28 USD Law Review Issue 3, pg. 685, August 1991