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Sue Lukasik
Attorney at Law

Loyola University School of Law
J.D. 1995
Illinois Institute of Technology
M.S. Electrical Engineering 1985
Illinois Institute of Technology
B.S. Electrical Engineering 1984

The United States Patent and Trademark Office

Ms. Lukasik concentrates her practice in patent prosecution before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She has over three decades of experience as an intellectual property attorney, including preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the US and abroad, intellectual property portfolio management, licensing, intellectual property transactions, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.

She has drafted more than 400 patent applications and prosecuted over 2000 applications covering semiconductor devices; digital and analog circuits; 2D and 3D image sensors; telecommunications software, hardware, protocols, and networks; user interfaces including touch screen hardware, software, and firmware; artificial intelligence; MEMS devices; RFIDs; video coding; virtual reality; color gamut mapping; pressure sensors; micro-switches; optical devices; photonics; fiberoptics; navigational systems; encryption, authentication, security, and access; software; electrical motors; combustion engines; engine and vehicle diagnostics; heat sinks and heat transfer; building controls and automation; lighting; and renewable energy.

Close understanding of client’s needs and intellectual property assets result in advanced intellectual property portfolios with expanded strengths and reduced weaknesses, thereby providing valuable portfolio management and strategy through her expertise. Having authored and presented numerous classes related to intellectual property to employees from entry engineering positions to executive officers, Ms. Lukasik has developed successful business relationships with clients at all levels and in varied company size.

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