Peter Kraguljac is a patent attorney with over two decades of experience in intellectual property. His focus is on patent preparation, prosecution, strategic IP counseling, and opinion work in the computer, electrical, and software related arts.
Pete received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering (Software and EE options) from The Ohio State University in 1989, and went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1994. Pete is admitted to practice in Ohio as well as before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Prior to being a patent attorney Pete worked as an engineer writing firmware for F-16 fighter jets and developing mainframe-to-PC interfaces. Pete has served as the Chair of an IP Department at a 120+ attorney law firm.
Some specific technologies with which Pete has experience include, but are not limited to, PCs, servers, peripheral devices, clustered systems, networking, interfaces, enterprise systems, cloud based technologies, optical systems, spectrophotometers, calibration equipment, memory controllers and memory devices, software controlled systems, embedded systems, operating systems, signal processing, video encoders/decoders, database structures, indexing, querying techniques, digital imaging hardware, software, and mechanical systems, laser printing, ink jet print heads and cartridges, substrate manufacturing and circuit design, wireless communications, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, FPGA chips, and design tools.