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ERNEST SCHAAL, American Lawyer, Partner of PATENT UNIT.

Background

SCHAAL, ERNEST was born on April 30, 1943 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.

Education

Washington University (Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, 1966). University of Missouri at Columbia (M.S.Ch.E., 1970). University of Houston (Juris Doctor, 1976).

Career

Working as a partner of PATENT UNIT. Admitted to the bar, 1976, Texas. 1981, California and United States. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Beating Computer Illiteracy,” The Recorder, December 28, 1987. Tatent Optimum Results of a Known Process or Chemical Composition," New Matter, Winter, 1987. "Electronic Mail Made Easy,” From Yellow Pads to Computers: Lawyers at the Controls, edited by Kathryn M. Braeman, Chicago, 107-109, 1987.

      ”What to Say to a Computer Programmer," The Practical Lawyer, 71-77, March, 1982, reprinted in Law Office Management Manual No. 5 (2984), 165-171

    • "A Microcomputer for the Law Office," The National Law Journal, 19, 24-25, February, 1981. "You and Your Patent Lawyer," Chemical Engineering, 142-144, June, 1978.

      "Hints on Reading Patents,” Chemical Engineering, 89, November, 1977.

Membership

State Bar of California. State Bar of Texas; American Bar Association (Publications Coordinator, Computer Division, since 1987, Vice-Chair, Corporate Division, since 1986, Director, Hardware Users Group, 1986-1987, Chair, Microcomputer Committee, 1985-1986, Chair, Apple Users Group, 1984-1985 and Vice-Chair, Electronics Communication Committee, 1984, Section of Economics of Law Practice). (Attorney).