David T. Millers, Ph.D.


David Millers is a California attorney having a broad understanding of technology and over fifteen years experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications.  The technologies covered in patents that Dr. Millers has obtained for his clients range from simple mechanical devices to quantum computing systems.  Some representative technology areas that he has worked with include integrated circuit manufacturing techniques and equipment, integrated circuit packaging, memory (DRAM, SRAM, EEPROM, Flash, FERAM) architectures, microprocessor and DSP architectures, imaging systems, scanning systems, optical and electrical communications equipment, measurement devices, video and audio encoding/decoding/processing, and internet business methods.

Before beginning his legal career, Dr. Millers conducted research in theoretical particle physics and taught physics at California State University at Long Beach and the University of California at Davis.  Dr. Millers is now an attorney admitted in the state of California and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  Before starting his own practice, Dr. Millers was an associate and then a partner at Skjerven Morrill MacPherson, LLP in San Jose, California.


*   University of California at Berkeley, A.B., Physics (1980)

*   University of California at Davis, Ph.D., Physics (1986)

*      University of California at Davis, J.D. (1992)

Admitted to Practice:

*      in the State of California; and

*      before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.