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  • trublvrprkr trublvrprkr Nov 14, 2012 11:14 AM Flag

    Kevin Rivette

    My earlier post apparently didn't make the grade because of a link to the 3LP website. Another try:

    I hope everyone knows who he is:

    "Kevin Rivette, Managing Partner

    Kevin is a founder and partner of the Palo Alto office of 3LP Advisors. He is the former Chairman of the USPTO oversight committee. Prior to 3LP, he was the Vice President of IP Strategy for IBM, and was a Senior Advisor to The Boston Consulting Group on IP strategy. He is also the author of Rembrandts in the Attic, a widely read and foundational work on Patent Strategy, and the founder and CEO of Aurigen Systems, an IP analytics firm. In 2008, Kevin was named to the IP Hall of Fame by Intellectual Asset Management, and in 2009 was named one of "The World's Leading IP Strategists." He is a registered patent attorney. Kevin serves on the Board of Directors at Tessera Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: TSRA)."

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/parkervision-mckool-smith-retain-3lp-140000299.html

    "It is truly rare when an innovative technology like ParkerVision's energy sampling has been so strongly protected by such carefully written and comprehensively developed patents," said 3LP co-founder and Managing Partner, Kevin Rivette. "We believe that ParkerVision's unique approach to the down-conversion of radio frequency signals to baseband signals has made possible many of the latest generations of products, including smartphones, tablets, Bluetooth, satellite, Wi-Fi and GPS. We are excited to be working with ParkerVision on such pioneering innovations and their associated patent portfolio."

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