Patent Agent, Electrical Engineer
Patrick C. Cesarano is a patent agent and electrical engineer with an M.S.E.E. ’04 from the California Institute of Technology and dual B.S. degrees in physics and electrical engineering from the University of Virginia ’01. He served as the Chief Technology Officer for Kenealy Vaidya, LLP between 2014-2017, and has 6 granted patents and 9 currently pending patent application publications in the areas of unmanned vehicle and drone swarm technologies. He is also the pioneer behind a low conversion loss, odd-harmonic “triple-anode” schottky diode architecture still used in RF applications by JPL, Caltech, NOAA and the NRAO in the 0-200 GHz band.
Mr. Cesarano specializes in patent prosecution with special emphasis in electrical and computer engineering applications. Some of Mr. Cesarano’s separate engineering works may be viewed at www.cesaranotechnologies.com.
Intellectual Property Attorney
Michael C. Cesarano is an established South Florida attorney with over 35 yars of legal expertise. He has been Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Intellectual Property, Civil Trial and Business Litigation, and is rated by Martindale Hubbell as being Exceptionally Qualified. He is named in “Super Lawyers” (2006 – 2015) and “Best Attorneys in Florida”.