Mr. Chatham represents domestic and international clients in all aspects of U.S. patent law, including prosecution, litigation, and transactional matters. His patent prosecution practice includes drafting and prosecuting U.S. patent applications and advising clients on acquisition of international intellectual property rights. He has written and prosecuted patents involving a variety of computer, electrical, biomedical, and mechanical technologies including telecommunications, cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence, computer graphics, medical and computational imaging, semiconductor device fabrication, microelectronics, photonics, batteries, photovoltaics, power electronics, turbines, automotive systems, and industrial fabrication equipment.
Mr. Chatham also regularly litigates patent disputes and has represented clients in proceedings before U.S. District Courts, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board. In addition to being a prosecutor and a litigator, Mr. Chatham is also a Certified Licensing Professional who advises clients in transactions involving both domestic and international intellectual property rights.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Chatham worked in a biophysics laboratory utilizing optical trapping techniques to study single-molecule biological systems.