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Salvador M. Bezos

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Salvador M. Bezos



Mr. Bezos is a Director in the firm's Electronics Group where he provides services in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.  His technical expertise covers many areas of computing including computer graphics, databases, networking, and complex computer architectures, as well as financial software products.

Mr. Bezos is also involved in the firm's complex reexamination practice and has handled a number of inter partes and ex parte reexaminations for patent owners and third party requesters.  He is familiar with the challenges of preparing a complete record for appeal and litigation, including working with experts and inventors to prepare Rule 132 Declarations and holding examiner interviews before the Central Reexamination Unit.  He has also represented patent owners in appeals to the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences (BPAI) under reexamination.

Prior to joining Sterne Kessler, Mr. Bezos worked as a software engineer designing and implementing display software for a tactical control system employed on U.S. Navy submarines.  As a graduate student, Mr. Bezos' work focused on the design of hardware modules for high-speed digital testing applications.  His graduate studies were further directed to the areas of parallel and distributed computer architectures, parallel software development, and databases.

Mr. Bezos is a contributing author of Patent Office Litigation, a two-volume set focused on the new contested proceedings under the America Invents Act published in 2012 by Thomson Reuters Westlaw. This book examines how the proceedings interact with other aspects of patent procurement and enforcement, and delivers practical analysis and advice.  

Mr. Bezos serves as the chair of the Technology Education Advisory Board for Fairfax County Public Schools where he evaluates the technology curriculum of area middle and high schools.  He has spoken before technology educators from across Virginia about the benefits of an early education in the technological arts. 

  • Admissions
      • Virginia

      • District of Columbia

      • United States Patent and Trademark Office

      • United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

  • Education
    • J.D., Intellectual Property Law Specialty Track, George Mason University

    • M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

    • B.S., Computer Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University