Mr. Bobel is involved in the practice of intellectual property law, assisting with patent preparation, patent prosecution, opinion preparation, and litigation in the fields of electrical and computer technologies. His technical expertise in electrical engineering, computer science, and signal processing enables him to support a variety of clients, particularly those in industries such as processor and memory technology, computer graphics hardware and software, virtualization systems, wireless communication devices and systems, networking devices, biometric sensors, and online software services. At Berkeley, Mr. Bobel worked on several research projects for the Berkeley Initiative in Soft Computing (B.I.S.C.) involving fuzzy logic and artificial intelligence. Prior to attending law school, he worked for NEPTUN Light, Inc. where he developed improvements for compact fluorescent lighting products.