Mark Narveson has been a patent attorney since 2011, focusing on patent preparation and prosecution encompassing a wide variety of technical disciplines, including 3D computer graphics, computer animation, virtual computing environments, virtual reality, and electronic financial trading platforms. Mark brings his breadth of technical acumen and depth of knowledge in product development and business strategy to his patent practice.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mark amassed more than thirty years of experience in the high-tech industry in development engineering, project management, and product marketing. He worked for a variety of well-known companies, including Sun Microsystems, GTE Government Systems, The Grass Valley Group, and Calma. Mark developed and supported products in the areas of computer-aided design systems, 3D computer graphics, digital signal processing and analysis, live television production, and video editing.
During law school, Mark served as executive chair of the McGeorge Moot Court Honor Society, as an associate managing editor of the Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, and as a judicial extern for the Honorable Robert C. Jones of the U.S. District of Nevada.
J.D., Pacific McGeorge School of
M.B.A., Marketing and Finance,
University of California - Davis
Graduate School of Management,
M.S., Computer Engineering, Santa
Clara University, 1991
B.S., Electronics Engineering
Technology, DeVry Institute of
State Bar of California
United States Patent and Trademark
Society of Motion Picture and
Television Engineers, Board of
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