KAPLAN IP LAW, PLLC
Jonathan T. Kaplan
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Camas, WA 98607-8829
Synopsys, Inc. $735 million acquisition of Avanti Corporation, approved June 2002. Intellectual property due diligence as counsel for Synopsys, Inc.
Optical Products Development Corp. v. Dimensional Media Associates, Inc., 134 F.Supp.2d 320 (S.D.N.Y. 2001);
Digital Equipment Corp. v. Intel Corp., No. 4:97 Civ. 40080 (D.Mass. 1997);
Avid Technology, Inc. v. Data Translations, No. 1:95 Civ. 11193 (D.Mass. 1995);
Tektronix, Inc. v. LeCroy Corp., No. 3:92 Civ. 1440 (D.Oregon 1992).
Awarded U.S. Patents #5,237,513, August 17, 1993, and #5,502,648, March 26, 1996, for "Data Processing Method of Generating Integrated Circuits Using Prime Implicants" on MIT Master's Thesis;
Awarded U.S. Patent #3,997,860, December 14, 1976, for "Miniature Memory Bit Holder" (while in Stuyvesant High School, New York, NY).
Symbolics, Inc., Cambridge, MA (an MIT spinoff company), Member of Technical Staff, software engineering of in house integrated circuit design system, 1985-1987;
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Robotic Systems Research Group, Holmdel, NJ, designed an integrated circuit for robot vision and a silicon compiler, Summer 1982, Fall 1982 and Summer 1983;
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Ultracomputer Supercomputer Project, New York University, locating of errors in supercomputing hardware, Summer 1980.
Intel (formerly Westinghouse) Science Talent Search, 1978: one of forty national finalists in this annual science competition for high school seniors. Designed and constructed a computer specialized for robotics. Tested design with mechanical robot I also designed and constructed.
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