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industrial property consultant , Lawyer

Charles Cornell Remsen, lawyer, industrial property consultant.


Remsen, Charles Cornell was born on December 3, 1908 in Newark. Son of Charles Cornell and Edna (Fisk) Remsen.


Electrical Engineer, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1930. Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1934.


Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1934, New York bar, 1941. Examiner United States Patent Office, 1931-1936. Partner firm Dicke & Remsen, New York City, 1936-1946.

With ITT, New York City, 1942-1975, assistant vice president, 1960-1974, general patent counsel, 1961-1973. Vice-president, director ITT Farnsworth Research Corporation, 1960-1975. Vice president International Standard Electric Corporation, 1961-1974, ITT Industries, Europe Inc., 1964-1975.

Partner firm Bierman & Bierman, New York City, 1976-1984.


Member New York Patent Law Association, Electronics Industry Association, American Belgian Association (director) 1948-1949), National Foreign Trade Council, Association Corporate Patent Counsel (secretary-treasurer 1967-1969), International (United States patent committee), United States (patent advising committee) chambers commerce, Pacific Industrial Property Association (governor 1973-1984, president 1974), Alpha Tau Omega, Eta Kappa Nu. Clubs: Cornell (New York City).


Married Elizabeth Havens Atwood, July 1, 1933. Children: Elizabeth Havens Remsen Fetz, Charles Cornell III, Derek Minor.

Charles Cornell Remsen

Edna (Fisk) Remsen

Elizabeth Havens Atwood

Elizabeth Havens Remsen Fetz Remsen

Charles Cornell III Remsen

Derek Minor Remsen