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Mr. Ramage's patent prosecution experience includes preparing and prosecuting applications for medical devices, health care IT systems, oil and gas technology, computer-implemented business methods, computer software and hardware systems and networks, fabrics, film labels and adhesives, enhanced petroleum recovery, and electronic and mechanical devices.
His litigation experience includes copyright, patent, trademark and trade dress litigation in federal and state courts, including Inter Partes Review (IPR) and Covered Business Method (CBM) actions, as well as Post Grant Review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB).
He is licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and is admitted to the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.
He graduated from Harvard University cum laude with a degree in Geological Sciences, and received his Engineer (Master's) degree from Stanford University, where he studied at the Stanford University Petroleum Research Institute. He was employed as a petroleum engineer with Shell Offshore, Inc. in New Orleans, Louisiana for four years before attending the Vanderbilt School of Law. While at Shell Offshore, Inc., he designed and programmed the strategic planning program for calculating the comparative economics and production of all oil and gas reserves for all divisions of the company, and designed and programmed the database program for the monitoring and reporting of wellhead pressures for production platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. He also was employed as a petroleum consultant for two years by Warren K. Kourt & Assoc. in Palo Alto, California.
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