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Stockmann joins Bond, Schoeneck & King’s patent group

By Journal Staff


SYRACUSE — Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC announced that Peter H. Stockmann has joined the law firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice.

Stockmann supports Bond’s patent attorneys in complex and technical patent prosecution matters, the firm said. He has 36 years of systems engineering experience in radar, avionics, RF systems, defense systems, antennas, signal processing, and electronic warfare. On Lockheed Martin’s Intellectual Property Review Board for 10 years, he rose to the role of chairman.

Stockmann has five patents awarded and five pending. He has contributed to hundreds of technical reports, nine conference presentations, and four articles in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions, Bond said.

“Peter has had a distinguished career and is especially recognized for his work in the defense industry. Bond is proud to have him join our team, adding insight and experience to what is now a team of 18 intellectual property attorneys,” George McGuire, chair of the Intellectual Property and Technology practice, said in a news release.

Stockmann received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 1973 from Syracuse University and his law degree in 1978 from Temple University.

Bond, Schoeneck & King, based in Syracuse, has 220 lawyers working from nine offices in New York state and offices in Naples, Fla. and Overland Park, Kansas.

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