Raymond Van Dyke has taught the Basics of Intellectual Property in the Lyle School of Computer Science and Engineering at Southern Methodist University since 2000, and has taught at the University of Texas at Dallas’ School of Computer Science, Texas Tech University’s School of Engineering, and the University of Strasbourg, France. He has also taught International and Comparative Patent Law at American University’s Washington College of Law.
In addition, he works with companies to train engineers, inventors, and management about the value of intellectual property and how to prepare material for prosecution that will decrease attorney bills while creating the strongest patent, copyright, or trademark possible. He also works very closely with industries that utilize trade secrets, making sure best practices are understood and put into practice.
He can work with groups of any size or type, and is noted by his students worldwide for his clear concise information, interesting presentations, and sense of humor.
Contact him now to schedule workshops, lectures, group training, one-on-one coaching, and keynote speeches.