Matt Ellsworth, a shareholder with Sheridan Ross P.C., has been named to the Board of Trustees for The Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado. Founded in 1981 in response to cuts in federal funding for legal aid, the nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees composed primarily of lawyers from around the state.
With experience in patent drafting, prosecution and analysis, Ellsworth manages many complex electrical and software technologies including telephony, RFID, access control, semiconductors, optics, Artificial Intelligence, communication networks, communication protocols, encryption, web-based business, information storage systems, feedback and control systems, power transmission, power machinery, high current electronics, and low current electronics. He also has experience in non-electrical related technologies such as mechanical patents and business method patents.
About the Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado
The Legal Aid Foundation raises money for Colorado Legal Services, which provides free civil legal assistance to low-income Coloradans who are facing serious civil legal problems. For more information, visit legalaidfoundation.org.
Founded in 1954, Sheridan Ross is the oldest and largest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region and has grown to include 44 attorneys and three patent agents. With advanced degrees and work experience in technical fields including computer software, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, mathematics, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics and aeronautics – the firm’s professionals are also engineers, researchers, rocket scientists and more who work with clients from virtually every industry and technology to deliver relevant, cost-effective solutions to a broad range of IP legal needs.
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