|University of Michigan , MSE||2004|
|Electrical Engineering: Systems|
|George Mason University School of Law, JD||1998|
|Intellectual Property Law|
|University of Michigan, BSE||1994|
Jeffrey Schox is a Registered Patent Attorney and the founding member of Schox Patent Group, a boutique patent firm devoted to startup ventures.
Drawing on his experience in both patent law and angel investing, he builds patent portfolios that enable startups to increase value and attract funding. His clients have attracted investments from high profile venture capital firms, including Bessemer, DFJ, Founders Fund, Greylock, Khosla, Kleiner Perkins, Sequoia, and Union Square. With degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, he has filed over 500 patent applications on a broad range of cutting-edge inventions, including medical devices, electrical systems, mechanical devices, computer software, and clean technologies.
As a Consulting Professor for Stanford University, Jeffrey teaches the course “Patent Prosecution” in the law school, and the course “Patent Law and Strategy for Innovators and Entrepreneurs” in the engineering school. He also teaches a similar course at the new Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan.
Intro to Patent Law — Jeff Schox // Startup ElementsAdded: 6/7/12
Schox Patent GroupAdded: 6/27/12