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Christopher W Lattin

from Driftwood, TX
Age ~48

Christopher Lattin Phones & Addresses

  • Driftwood, TX
  • Austin, TX
  • 933 Nobel Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (509) 290-1658
  • 1200 Braddock Ave, Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 299-9679
  • San Jose, CA
  • Campbell, CA
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Spokane, WA
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Joppa, MD
  • Blacksburg, VA

Work

Company: Tessera Technologies Address: 3025 Orchard Pkwy, San Jose, CA 95134 Specialities: Patent Application - 75% • Intellectual Property - 15% • Trademark Application - 10%

Education

Degree: JD - Juris Doctor School / High School: George Mason University School of Law

Ranks

Licence: Washington - Active Date: 2010

Specialities

Patent Application • Intellectual Property • Trademark Application • Patent Application

Professional Records

Lawyers & Attorneys

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Christopher W Lattin, San Jose CA - Lawyer

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Address:
Tessera Technologies
3025 Orchard Pkwy, San Jose, CA 95134
Licenses:
Washington - Active 2010
Delaware - Inactive 2005
Dist. of Columbia - Inactive 2006
Pennsylvania - Inactive 2005
Experience:
Director, Patents at Tessera - 2012-present
Owner at Timberline Patent Law Group - 2010-2012
Director/Managing Patent Attorney at Lee & Hayes, PLLC - 2006-2010
Patent Attorney at Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz - 2004-2006
Patent Examiner at United States Patent & Trademark Office - 1998-2004
Education:
George Mason University School of Law
Degree - JD - Juris Doctor - Law
Graduated - 2004
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Degree - BS - Bachelor of Science - Material Science and Engineering
Graduated - 1998
Specialties:
Patent Application - 75%, 25 years
Intellectual Property - 15%, 19 years
Trademark Application - 10%, 19 years
Languages:
English
Associations:
Washington State Bar Association - Member, 2010-present
The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society - Member, 2009-present
District of Columbia Bar - member, 2005-present
American Intellectual Property Law Association - Member, 2004-present
United States Patent and Trademark Office - Patent Attorney, 2004-present
Description:
I focus my practice on advising and assisting clients on a wide variety of intellectual property issues including the drafting and prosecution of patent...
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Christopher Lattin - Lawyer

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Specialties:
Patent Application
Intellectual Property
Trademark Application
Patent Application
ISLN:
917716926
Admitted:
2004
University:
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S., 1998
Law School:
George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 2004

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Vehicle Records

Christopher Lattin

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Address:
2030 Veronica Pl, San Jose, CA 95124
Phone:
(509) 290-1658
VIN:
JTDKN3DU0C5400513
Make:
TOYOTA
Model:
PRIUS
Year:
2012

Resumes

Resumes

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Business Owner And Entrepreneur

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Work:

Business Owner and Entrepreneur
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Christopher Lattin

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Publications

Us Patents

Using Biometric User-Specific Attributes

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US Patent:
20190012443, Jan 10, 2019
Filed:
Aug 20, 2018
Appl. No.:
15/999566
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
Robert S. Dordick - San Jose CA, US
Christopher Lattin - Santa Cruz CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 21/32
G06F 21/31
H04L 29/06
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining two or more user-specific parameters that can be measured or obtained using various methods, and using values of the two or more user-specific parameters to uniquely identify or authenticate an individual, or to determine authenticity or ownership of a device. Examples of the user-specific parameters may include biometric parameters, textual-based parameters, a combination of biometric parameters and textual-based parameters, and the like.

Using Biometric User-Specific Attributes

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US Patent:
20180322265, Nov 8, 2018
Filed:
Jun 28, 2018
Appl. No.:
16/022035
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
ROBERT S. DORDICK - San Jose CA, US
CHRISTOPHER LATTIN - Santa Cruz CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 21/32
H04L 29/06
G06F 21/31
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining two or more user-specific parameters that can be measured or obtained using various methods, and using values of the two or more user-specific parameters to uniquely identify or authenticate an individual. Examples of the user-specific parameters may include biometric parameters, textual-based parameters, a combination of biometric parameters and textual-based parameters, and the like.

Using Biometric User-Specific Attributes

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US Patent:
20180322266, Nov 8, 2018
Filed:
Jun 28, 2018
Appl. No.:
16/022070
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
ROBERT S. DORDICK - San Jose CA, US
CHRISTOPHER LATTIN - Santa Cruz CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 21/32
G06F 21/31
H04L 29/06
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining two or more user-specific parameters that can be measured or obtained using various methods, and using values of the two or more user-specific parameters to uniquely identify or authenticate an individual. Examples of the user-specific parameters may include biometric parameters, textual-based parameters, a combination of biometric parameters and textual-based parameters, and the like.

Embedded Wire Bond Wires For Vertical Integration With Separate Surface Mount And Wire Bond Mounting Surfaces

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US Patent:
20180240773, Aug 23, 2018
Filed:
Apr 23, 2018
Appl. No.:
15/959619
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
Abiola Awujoola - Pleasanton CA, US
Ashok S. Prabhu - San Jose CA, US
Christopher W. Lattin - Santa Cruz CA, US
Zhuowen Sun - Campbell CA, US
Assignee:
Invensas Corporation - San Jose CA
International Classification:
H01L 23/00
H05K 1/02
H01L 23/498
H01L 25/065
H01L 23/31
H01L 25/16
Abstract:
In a vertically integrated microelectronic package, a first microelectronic device is coupled to an upper surface of a circuit platform in a wire bond-only surface area thereof. Wire bond wires are coupled to and extends away from an upper surface of the first microelectronic device. A second microelectronic device in a face-down orientation is coupled to upper ends of the wire bond wires in a surface mount-only area. The second microelectronic device is located above and at least partially overlaps the first microelectronic device. A protective layer is disposed over the circuit platform and the first microelectronic device. An upper surface of the protective layer has the surface mount-only area. The upper surface of the protective layer has the second microelectronic device disposed thereon in the face-down orientation in the surface mount-only area for coupling to the upper ends of the first wire bond wires.

Using Biometric User-Specific Attributes

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US Patent:
20170372052, Dec 28, 2017
Filed:
Aug 18, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/681272
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
Robert S. DORDICK - San Jose CA, US
Christopher LATTIN - Santa Cruz CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 21/32
G06F 21/31
H04L 29/06
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining two or more user-specific parameters that can be measured or obtained using various methods, and using values of the two or more user-specific parameters to uniquely identify or authenticate an individual. Examples of the user-specific parameters may include biometric parameters, textual-based parameters, a combination of biometric parameters and textual-based parameters, and the like.

Embedded Wire Bond Wires For Vertical Integration With Separate Surface Mount And Wire Bond Mounting Surfaces

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US Patent:
20170194281, Jul 6, 2017
Filed:
Jan 18, 2016
Appl. No.:
14/997774
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
Abiola Awujoola - Pleasanton CA, US
Ashok S. Prabhu - San Jose CA, US
Christopher W. Lattin - Santa Cruz CA, US
Zhuowen Sun - Campbell CA, US
Assignee:
Invensas Corporatoin - San Jose CA
International Classification:
H01L 23/00
H01L 23/498
H01L 25/065
H01L 23/31
H01L 25/16
Abstract:
In a vertically integrated microelectronic package, a first microelectronic device is coupled to an upper surface of a circuit platform in a wire bond-only surface area thereof. Wire bond wires are coupled to and extends away from an upper surface of the first microelectronic device. A second microelectronic device in a face-down orientation is coupled to upper ends of the wire bond wires in a surface mount-only area. The second microelectronic device is located above and at least partially overlaps the first microelectronic device. A protective layer is disposed over the circuit platform and the first microelectronic device. An upper surface of the protective layer has the surface mount-only area. The upper surface of the protective layer has the second microelectronic device disposed thereon in the face-down orientation in the surface mount-only area for coupling to the upper ends of the first wire bond wires.

Coupling Of Side Surface Contacts To A Circuit Platform

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US Patent:
20160322325, Nov 3, 2016
Filed:
Apr 28, 2015
Appl. No.:
14/698684
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
Willmar SUBIDO - Garland TX, US
Hoang NGUYEN - Santa Cruz CA, US
Marjorie CARA - Tracy CA, US
Wael ZOHNI - San Jose CA, US
Christopher W. LATTIN - San Jose CA, US
Assignee:
INVENSAS CORPORATION - San Jose CA
International Classification:
H01L 23/00
B81C 1/00
B23K 20/00
B81B 7/00
Abstract:
An apparatus relates generally to a microelectromechanical system component. In such an apparatus, the microelectromechanical system component has a lower surface, an upper surface, first side surfaces, and second side surfaces. Surface area of the first side surfaces is greater than surface area of the second side surfaces. The microelectromechanical system component has a plurality of wire bond wires attached to and extending away from a first side surface of the first side surfaces. The wire bond wires are self-supporting and cantilevered with respect to the first side surface of the first side surfaces.

Using Biometric User-Specific Attributes

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US Patent:
20160070898, Mar 10, 2016
Filed:
Sep 2, 2015
Appl. No.:
14/843726
Inventors:
- San Jose CA, US
ROBERT S. DORDICK - San Jose CA, US
CHRISTOPHER LATTIN - San Jose CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 21/32
H04L 29/06
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for determining two or more user-specific parameters that can be measured or obtained using various methods, and using values of the two or more user-specific parameters to uniquely identify or authenticate an individual. Examples of the user-specific parameters may include biometric parameters, textual-based parameters, a combination of biometric parameters and textual-based parameters, and the like.
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