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Bar Admissions:
District of Columbia
North Carolina

Court Admissions:
United States Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Georgetown University, JD
University of California, Berkeley, Ph. D., Electrical Engineering
Mr. Frey is a Ph.D. graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (in electrical engineering), and has a J.D. from the Georgetown University Legal Center. In his legal career, he has participated in intellectual property litigation in U.S. district courts, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the Supreme Court, the International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has overseen all aspects of litigation in district courts, including the preparation of expert reports and the deposition of experts, and the preparation and presentation of arguments for Markman hearings; written briefs and petitions for Federal Circuit appeals, Supreme Court certiorari, Inter Partes reviews; and, when still a professor of electrical engineering he served as an expert witness in several district court cases involving computer memory technology.

His clients have included WiLAN Inc., (WiFi and wireless phones); France Brevets (NFC communications); LM Ericsson (power converters; wireless communications); Chrimar Systems (Power over Ethernet technology); and Medtronic (spinal implant technology).

Prior to joining RuyakCherian LLP, Mr. Frey held the positions of:
· Counsel, Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, L.L.P.
· Principal, McKool Smith PC
· Counsel, Dewey and LeBoeuf LLP
· Counsel, Robins Kaplan Miller & Ciresi LLP
· Law Clerk to The Hon. R. R. Rader, U. S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
· Partner, Howrey Simon Arnold White, LLP
· Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland
· Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cornell University

Jeffrey Frey is the author of numerous technical articles in the technical fields of integrated circuit design, operation, and manufacture, a number of articles concerning ITC and PTAB practice, and two books, Microwave Integrated Circuits, and Japan’s Electronics Crisis: Failure of the Vision (1994).