Golden Gate University, San Francisco
Admitted to practice law in the state of Washington
Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Prior to working with Lee & Hayes Ron served as the Chief Patent & Trademark Counsel for the Trane Company in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He then moved to Seattle where he was a partner at Christensen, O’Connor, Johnson & Kindness. Ron started his own law firm, the Law Offices of Ronald M. Anderson, in Bellevue in 1994. Ron’s has significant experience in the preparation and prosecution of mechanical and electrical/electronic technology with an emphasis on software related inventions.
Before making the decision to attend law school, Ron worked as a Russian linguist for the U.S. Navy and as a physicist in the Department of Engineering Research for Pacific Gas & Electric Company in San Ramon, California.
Ron is a memeber of the Washington State Bar Association and the American Intellectual Property Law Association.
Impact of Process Patent Amendments Act
Understanding the Patent Process
Selecting and Securing Proper Protection for Software — Attorney's Role as Advisor
Patenting Computer Software: Why, When, How — Christensen, O'Connor, Johnson & Kindness
Significant Developments in Intellectual Property — Washington State Bar Association
Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights: How-to Workshop — Seattle University and Christensen, O'Connor, Johnson & Kindness