Claude Narcisse possesses almost 30 years of diverse experience serving in the technology sector. As a registered patent attorney for nearly 20 years and an electrical engineer for almost eight years, Mr. Narcisse boasts extensive legal and technical acumen operating across all realms of patent prosecution today. Concentrating his professional efforts on a variety of technologies, he maintains a particular expertise around issues of wireless communications and the electrical arts. Claude Narcisse currently operates as a consultant to a range of small to mid-sized start-up technology companies. Providing cutting edge advancements across fields such as electronics, software, and the internal combustion engine, these businesses require exceptional intellectual property protection. To this end, Mr. Narcisse consistently delivers seasoned intellectual property (IP) strategies specifically designed for commercial organizations that either possess or are currently developing potentially lucrative assets. Supervising a variety of extensive patent portfolios, he engages litigation and licensing-oriented analyses of patents and claims, and assists in the development of revenue-generating claims for new inventions. Claude Narcisse possesses a Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University School of Law. During his tenure at the Newark, New Jersey, school, Mr. Narcisse served as Editor-in-Chief of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. He completed his education in 1991. Prior to earning his JD, Mr. Narcisse completed a Master of Science in Computer Science through the Polytechnic University (now a division of New York University). He also attended Columbia University, where he earned both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Claude Narcisse possesses admission to the state bars of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. He also maintains ongoing registration to practice law before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.