Stephen Hallberg is an intellectual property attorney who specializes in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications. Mr. Hallberg has over ten years of software and systems engineering experience in various fields including object-oriented and embedded databases, application programming languages (Java and C++), web servers, application definition platforms, post-production non-linear video editing environments, and digital animation and video game development technologies.
Registered Patent Agent, 2009
Admitted to California State Bar, 2010.
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
Member, OCPLA (Orange County Patent Law Association)
J.D., Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, 2009 B.A.
Mathematics and Computer Science, Beloit College, 1994
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice State Bar of California United States Patent & Trademark Office
Plager Schack LLP Public Company; Myself Only; Law Practice industry November 2012 – Present Huntington Beach, California
Intellectual property prosecution and litigation Associate Adeli & Tollen LLP Partnership; 11-50 employees; Law Practice industry April 2010 – November 2012
Law Clerk Plager Schack LLP Public Company; Myself Only; Law Practice industry January 2009 – December 2009
Activities and Societies:
COMAP International Mathematical Contest in Modeling (Honorable Mention 1993 and 1994), Varsity Baseball (1990 - 1994) Wausau East High School 1986 – 1990