Michael S. Miller provides intellectual property prosecution services for clients in a wide range of technology areas including computer software and hardware, electronics, memory storage, touch-sensitive devices, social networking systems, and material sciences. Michael’s background in manufacturing and processing help him quickly understand technical as well as fiscal issues faced by his clients.
Prior to attending law school, Michael worked for a manufacturer while obtaining his undergraduate degree in plastics engineering. There, he researched and developed processing methods to improve existing products and production lines. In addition, Michael has experience with many manufacturing processes including thermoforming, injection molding, CNC programming and machining, carbon-fiber-reinforced polymers manufacturing, and 3D printing.
Santa Clara University School of Law, 2016, J.D., cum laude
Western Washington University, 2013, B.S., Plastics Engineering