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Stephen has practiced patent prosecution for law firms in Boston and San Francisco, and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. He has taught patent seminars at premier universities in the U.S., Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He has been involved in three award-winning startup companies, serving as co-founder, chief engineer, and software engineer. Stephen received his law degree from the New York University School of Law, where he was an InSITE Fellow, advising startup companies and venture capitalists on patents, technology & entrepreneurship.
Stephen graduated Phi Beta Kappa with two undergraduate degrees in physics and electrical engineering (EE) and two graduate degrees in EE, all from MIT, where he was a microsystems engineer and instructor. He earned the President Paul E. Gray Award for Excellence in Research and the Goodwin Medal, MIT's highest honor for excellence in teaching by a graduate student.