Chuck Lobsenz

Author's details

Name: Chuck Lobsenz
Date registered: December 19, 2011
URL: http://www.symbus.com

Biography

Chuck Lobsenz has particular expertise in intellectual property/patent matters and in structuring/negotiating and closing complex technology arrangements particularly in the telecommunications and software industries. Prior to joining Symbus, Mr. Lobsenz was the General Counsel at Virtustream, Inc., a cloud services and software provider. While there, he was responsible for managing the legal team as well as handling all legal matters affecting the company. Mr. Lobsenz has also held the position of Associate General Counsel – Intellectual Property at Clearwire Corporation, a publicly traded provider of fourth generation wireless voice and data services. At Clearwire, Mr. Lobsenz had responsibility for managing all intellectual property matters for the company as well as providing legal support for many of the company’s key commercial transactions. While at Clearwire, he designed and implemented a highly successful intellectual property asset management (IPAM) program resulting in a substantial and strategic set of patent assets for the company. In addition, Mr. Lobsenz negotiated and closed a multitude of complex deals such as joint ventures, new sales channel relationships, technology development arrangements, multi-billion dollar telecommunications equipment acquisitions as well as numerous other deals with companies such as Google, Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Microsoft, and Cisco. Prior to Clearwire, he spent many years in the private practice of law, working with a number of highly respected national law firms including Hunton & Williams and Baker & Botts. Chuck began his legal career at IBM. Prior to law school, he worked as a semiconductor design engineer for Texas Instruments as well as a software engineer for Honeywell Aerospace.

Latest posts

  1. Key Considerations in Patent Monetization — January 7, 2015
  2. Key Considerations in Patent Monetization — February 21, 2013
  3. Key Elements of a Patent Program for Small Companies — December 19, 2011

Author's posts listings

Jan
07

Key Considerations in Patent Monetization

Corporations and individual patent owners alike are more interested than ever in seeking to generate revenue from their patent holdings. That revenue can come in the form of a one-time lump sum payment, a running royalty stream, some combination of both or even some other creative financial structure. Companies both large and small may be … Continue reading »

Feb
21

Key Considerations in Patent Monetization

Corporations and individual patent owners alike are more interested than ever in seeking to generate revenue from their patent holdings. That revenue can come in the form of a one-time lump sum payment, a running royalty stream, some combination of both or even some other creative financial structure. Companies both large and small may be … Continue reading »

Dec
19

Key Elements of a Patent Program for Small Companies

There are many reasons why even small companies should consider implementing a program under which key inventions can be identified and protected through the filing of a patent application in the United States and/or in selected countries outside of the US.  For example, for patent applications that mature into issued patents, proprietary processes, systems and … Continue reading »