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Christopher Cillié is a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the Firm’s Stamford office. Christopher has experience in patent application drafting, US and foreign patent prosecution, and trademark prosecution. Christopher concentrates his practice in the mechanical arts and has considerable experience in microelectronics, particularly microlithography, as well as with aerospace technologies.
Prior to joining the Firm, Christopher worked for a global corporation preparing and prosecuting patent applications before the U.S. Patent and trademark Office and foreign patent offices. Prior to attending law school, Christopher worked for Intel as lithographic process engineer, and for Sikorsky Aircraft as a configuration management engineer. Christopher also spent more four years on active duty as an Army Signal Officer.
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