Rachel Davis assists clients with building and managing domestic and international patent portfolios. Rachel prepares, prosecutes, and enforces patent applications covering a wide range of technologies including integrated circuit devices, semiconductor manufacturing, analog and digital circuits, networking, cloud-based computing and services, software, hardware, telecommunications, information technology systems and methodology, and medical devices. Rachel also performs patentability, validity, and infringement investigations, and prepares related opinion letters. Her practice also includes post-grant proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
J.D., Texas A&M University School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan University School of Law), 2007, cum laude; Articles Editor, Texas Wesleyan Law Review
B.S., Applied Physics, Angelo State University, 2004, summa cum laude; designated Carr Research Fellow for research entitled Temperature Dependent Photoluminescence of a Strained InGas Quantum Well Grown Along a Novel Direction