Lance Sadler



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As a senior partner at the firm, Lance Sadler prepares and prosecutes patent applications in the fields of computer software, circuit simulation software, networking software and hardware, telecommunication systems, cryptography, microprocessors, biomedical devices, Internet-related technologies, and semiconductor technologies such as various process-based technologies including both fabrication hardware and equipment as well as various formation processes.

Sadler received his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and his Juris Doctorate as well as his MBA from Gonzaga University. Sadler is admitted to practice in the states of Oregon and Washington as well as in front of the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Sadler has been an Adjunct Professor at Gonzaga University for more than ten years, working in their Graduate School of Business as well as their School of Law. In that time he has authored the course books, “Computer, Technology and the Law” and “Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights and Trade Secrets”. In addition to his work with Gonzaga, Sadler was also an Air Force Officer prior to becoming an attorney.