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									BIO--RANJEEV K. SINGH

Ranjeev is the President and Chief Executive Officer of MacroIntellect, an intellectual property management
company based at Austin, Texas. Prior to founding MacroIntellect, Ranjeev practiced law at the law firm of
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner. Ranjeev’s law practice at Finnegan Henderson focused
on both contentious and non-contentious patent law matters in the fields of electrical/computer engineering,
software, and internet/e-commerce.

Ranjeev’s intellectual property experience includes all facets of patent law, including: patent prosecution,
patent litigation and strategic intellectual property counseling. His experience enables MacroIntellect’s
clients to strategically develop, manage, and commercialize their patent portfolios.

Ranjeev has prepared and filed over 70 new U.S. patent applications for fortune 500 companies in the areas
of: software, electronics, medical devices and telecommunications. In addition, Ranjeev has prepared
responses to hundreds of office actions and drafted other documents as part of prosecution of U.S. patent
applications filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

REPRESENTATIVE PATEN TLITIGATION EXPERIENCE

MLMC Ltd. v. Airtouch Communications, Inc. et. al, 172 F.Supp.2d 557 (D. Del. 2001) Represented a
manufacturer obligated to indemnify one of the defendants in a patent infringement case concerning CDMA
based cellular phone systems. The case resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.

MLMC Ltd. v. Airtouch Communications, Inc. et. al, 215 F.Supp.2d 464 (D. Del. 2002) Represented a
manufacturer who was obligated to indemnify one of the defendants in a patent infringement case
concerning analog cellular phone systems. The case resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.

Broadcast Innovation, LLC v. Echostar Communications Corp. et. al, 240 F.Supp.2d 1127 (D. Colo. 2003)
Represented one of the defendants in a patent infringement case concerning direct broadcast satellite
systems. The case resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.


BAR ADMISSIONS

1999, Texas; 2000, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; 2001, District of Columbia; and 2002, Virginia

EDUCATION

    •    The University of Texas School of Law, JD (with honors), 1999
    •    The University of Maryland at College Park, MSEE (computer engineering), 1992
    •    S.G.S. Institute of Technology & Science, Indore, India, B.E. Electronics & Communication
         Engineering (first class with distinction), 1989

PROFESSIONAL / CIVIC AFFILIATIONS

    •    Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
    •    Austin Intellectual Property Law Association
    •    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    •    The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE), Austin Chapter.

								
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