Jennifer L. Ulsh
Licensed to practice in:
South Carolina, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Representative Practice Areas:
- Preparing and prosecuting U.S. and international patent applications.
- Providing technical support in litigated matters.
- Jennifer has familiarity with technologies in electrical, computer and electro-mechanical arts including electrical systems, electronics, computer hardware and software, business method technologies and communications systems.
- Her particular areas of experience include substantial patent prosecution of subject matter relating to analytical testing methods, time interval analyzers, telecommunication networks, RF communication and signal propagation systems, solid state utility meters, smartcard applications, computer-networked data distribution systems, lottery and gaming systems, tire electronics, integrated sensor and device monitoring technology, electronic components such as electrolytic and ceramic capacitors and integrated passive components, and optical imaging systems.
- While at Clemson, her graduate work in Electrical Engineering involved emerging wireless communication systems, and included research in the area of direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DSSS) system protocols and error coding systems.
- Education: Clemson University (B.S. Electrical Engineering, magna cum laude, 1999); Clemson University (M.S. Electrical Engineering, 2001); Campbell University – Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2008).
- Civic and Community Service: Carolina Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law Association.
- Honors: Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Kappa Phi; Order of the Barristers; Robert A Jenkins Award; International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award; National Trial Competition Regional Champion; Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities; Book Awards: Civil Procedure, Torts, Pre-Trial Litigation, Culture Law & Politics, Intellectual Property Law, Anti-Trust and Judicial Writing.
- Publications: “Quaternary Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum System Performance,” IEEE Southeastcon Proceedings, March 1999; “In re Bilski: Another Piece of the Business Method Patent Puzzle,” South Carolina Lawyer, May 2009.