Baldine Paul is counsel in Mayer Brown’s Washington office and a member of the Intellectual Property practice. He focuses his practice on patent litigation and counseling and has experience in high-technology patent litigation in various district courts throughout the United States and in Section 337 investigations before the US International Trade Commission.
Baldine is involved in patent litigation matters in a wide range of technologies including:
- Design layout and photolithography processes for semiconductor chips
- Driving circuits for liquid crystal display devices
- Signal processing for delivery of radiation therapy
- Processor architectures for mobile devices
- MPEG video coding
- JPEG image compression
- Machine vision technologies for semiconductor wafer detection and alignment
- Plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition processes for forming semiconductor devices
- Multilayered optical films
Baldine holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). He has more than nine years of technical experience as a senior technical staff member at AT&T Labs Research and as a research intern at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. As a research scientist, he contributed to advances in video compression, video/multimedia communications over packet networks, and feature detection in motion video sequences.