George N. Dandalides is a registered patent attorney currently focusing his practice on domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution. He has worked with clients ranging from smaller technology enterprises to Fortune 500 companies, many in the computer technology, telecommunications, and other high-tech industries.
George leverages his strong background in physics and computer programming to assist his clients in areas including these:
Prior to joining Fitch Even, George was an associate in the Chicago office of a Texas-based IP law boutique. While attending Tulane University Law School, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Charles E. Poston of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Virginia.
Member of litigation team currently representing defendant in a trademark infringement action related to product labeling.
Performs freedom to operate (FTO) analysis for both small and large companies.
Prepared patent applications directed to semiconductor technologies for a large global semiconductor design and manufacturing company.
Prepared and prosecuted foreign and domestic patent applications directed to computer hardware, software, and architecture for a large technology company.
Prepared and prosecuted foreign and domestic patent applications directed to gameplay, game algorithms, gaming machines, mobile technologies related to gaming, and web-based gaming for a large gaming company.
Prepared and prosecuted foreign and domestic patent applications directed to telecommunications and computer networking for a large wireless telecommunications company.
Prepared and prosecuted domestic patent applications for multiple small technology companies.
Conducted foreign patent prosecution with various worldwide patent professionals for U.S.-based clientele.