Gregory L. Thorne, Of Counsel

Gregory L. Thorne has extensive experience in intellectual property law. He concentrates his practice in the technical fields of mechanical and electrical engineering, and computer science and technology.

Mr. Thorne is intimately familiar with IP matters concerning:

  • Software services and applications
  • User interaction and interfaces, mobile computing interfaces and applications
  • Medical and diagnostic imaging and instrumentation, including image guided therapy and robotics
  • Domestic appliances, consumer electronics and services
  • Computer vision systems
  • Recommenders and user profiling
  • Wired and wireless applications, including telecommunication and in-home network applications
  • Digital watermarking and encryption
  • Business methods, including e-commerce
  • Digital and analog signal processing, digital signal transmission and encoding, data scanning
  • Computer hardware and software, computer hardware and software control
  • Software modeling of electronic systems
  • RFID systems
  • Semiconductors
  • Communication¬† systems
  • Memory systems

 

Mr. Thorne has served as senior intellectual property counsel for a major international electronics company. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Thorne worked as senior engineer in the aerospace industry, where he became a recognized expert in software modeling of complex electronic systems, analog and digital signal processing, circuit design and integration, microprocessor control systems, video signal processing, electronic countermeasures, test program integration, and expert systems.

Education
BS, Electrical Engineering, State University of New York at Stony Brook
JD, St. John’s Law School

Admissions
Courts of the State of New York, 1996
United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995