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ROBERT STENZEL, American Lawyer, Partner of AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY.

Background

STENZEL, ROBERT was born on June 20, 1936 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

Case Institute of Technology (Bachelor of Science, Engineer, 1958). Washington College of Law, The American University (Juris Doctor, 1967). Examiner, United States.

Patent Office, 1963-1967. Associate, Hill, Sherman, Meroni, Gross & Simpson, Chicago, 1967-1972. International Patent Attorney, Xerox Corporation, Rochester, New York and London, England, 1972-1977.

Career

With US Army Reserves, 1959-1967. Working as a partner of AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY. Admitted to the bar, 1968, Illinois, United States. District Court, Northern District of Illinois and United States.

Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. United States. Supreme Court. 1982, United States. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Registered to practice before United States. Patent and Trademark Office.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Patents Portions, "Patents and Know-How Licensing in Japan and the United States.," University of Washington Book, 1976. "SCM v. Xerox - The Right of a Patent Holder With Economic Monopoly Power to Refuse to License," Pacific Industrial Property Association, New York, 1981 proceedings. Contributor, Tax Guide for Patents, Etc.,” Patent Law Association of Chicago, 1972.

      Case Notes, "Effective Prior Art Date of a United States Patent as of the Foreign Filing Date Conflicting Decisions," 16 The American University Law Review 33,1967. Presenter, "United States. Patent Law," to Japan Patent Association, Japan, 1971.

Membership

Chicago (Chairman, Patent Section, 1971) and American Bar Associations. Licensing Executives Society. American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Patent Law Association of Chicago. United States. Trademark Association. [with US Army Reserves, 1959-1967].

(Assistant Secretary and Senior Assistant General Counsel-Intellectual Property).