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Nicholas Chremos is patent and transactional attorney based in the Dallas office. As a transactional lawyer, Nicholas has drafted and negotiated commercial and technology-based contracts, including intellectual property and software licensing agreements. As a patent attorney, he has prosecuted patent applications in the fields of mixed signal and analog electronics, computer networking, and signal processing. Additionally, Nicholas has drafted patent applications in the fields of computer-aided circuit design and computer networking.
BS, Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 2010
JD, The University of Texas School of Law, 2000
BA, Mathematics, Columbia University, 1996
- Texas State Bar
- US Patent and Trademark Attorney
- Prosecuted patent applications in the fields of signal processing, microprocessor architecture, circuit design, and wireless communication including those that read on the IEEE 802.11 standard.
- Led cross disciplinary team of a state agency's technology transfer office to increase the number of patent license agreements, software license agreements, and research contracts.
- As a lead attorney for a consortium of semiconductor companies, drafted and negotiated a wide range of commercial and intellectual property contracts to accelerate the development of next generation semiconductor manufacturing equipment.