Glen Kellett advises clients on wide-ranging intellectual property issues including IP procurement, portfolio management, and enforcement and monetization strategies for a company’s IP portfolio. He focuses his practice in high-tech innovation and endeavors, working closely with clients to provide effective and significant IP portfolio value to achieve their business goals.
Glen is a skilled leader in patent preparation and prosecution of highly technical inventions. He works with his clients’ in-house counsel, executives, and inventors to improve innovation identification, acquisition, and protection in order to achieve business objectives. Glen helps clients develop IP workflows and portfolio strategies that provide effective solutions to maximize their coverage, as well as opportunities to monetize their portfolios. He further counsels clients on licensing agreements, patent opinions, and due diligence in support of client acquisitions.
Glen has nearly 20 years of experience assisting clients in patenting technical innovation. Over those years, he has built in-depth experience and knowledge in many technological areas including:
- Internet-of-Things (IoT)
- Telematics including data acquisition and transmission
- Artificial intelligence including machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, and large language models
- Wireless communication protocols and systems including WiFi, WiMAX, LTE, 5G, etc.
- Image processing including image compression and decompression
- Data encryption and cryptography
- Application and firmware-level software design
- Processor design
- Memory hardware and software design
- Circuit design
- Semiconductor design and manufacturing process
- Power electronics
- DC inverters and AC converters
- Embedded systems
- Fiber optics
- Orthopaedic prostheses and supporting systems
- Robot-Assisted surgery systems
- Medical devices
- Transmissions and controllers
- Electrified transmissions
- Solar panel and inverters, including micro-inverters
Prior to joining the firm, Glen was a research associate for Indiana University. He concentrated his research in the areas of artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, communications, and integration of heterogeneous databases. His research resulted in the publication of several journal articles.