Parker Kuhl focuses his practice on providing patent prosecution, litigation support and due diligence services to companies in the electronic, mechanical and industrial sectors. His technological knowledge includes computer software and hardware, computer network systems, semiconductor devices, sensors and detectors, signal processing, optical systems and mechanical systems.
- J.D., University of California at Berkeley, School of Law
- M.S., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University
- B.S., Miami University
Prior to his legal career, Parker worked as an engineer for an advanced technologies company, where he designed systems and led projects relating to infrared and visible optics and detectors, image and signal processing, lasers, radar, naval combat systems and missile defense. His experience includes complex system analysis, software simulation development, integration and testing.
Parker is a co-inventor of US Patent No. 7,629,920, an entropy method for range alignment for integration of target returns.