Jason Poulos is an Associate in the Intellectual Property group at Meister Seelig & Fein. Mr. Poulos is experienced in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, infringement and freedom-to-operate analysis and opinions and client counseling in a wide range of intellectual property matters. Mr. Poulos has technical expertise that encompasses mechanical, electrical, software and computer-related technologies including virtual and augmented reality devices, image processing devices, consumer electronics, multi-function printers, digital cameras, electrosurgical generators and generator algorithms, electrosurgical devices (RF, microwave, and ultrasonic), surgical staplers, surgical clip appliers, endoscopic surgical devices, bronchoscopes, ventilators, wound protectors, surgical access ports, virtual bronchoscopy, pathway and ablation planning, microprocessor control logic, data storage systems, cloud storage systems, server arrays, content-addressable storage systems, multi-path input-output drivers, blockchain technologies, machine learning, natural language processing, facial recognition algorithms, electronic trading systems and software, financial instruments, fixed and mobile gaming devices, systems, and software, mobile gaming location and identity verification, online gambling and gaming and fantasy sports, semiconductor fabrication, spectroscopy, material stress testing, power management integrated circuits (PMICs), wireless power transfer circuits, electric vehicle battery systems and optical projection and waveguide systems.
J.D, University of Connecticut School of Law
B.S., New York University, Computer Science
B.E, Stevens Institute Technology, Computer Engineering
United State Patent and Trademark Office