Chris Bayliss is a registered patent attorney at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. His practice includes patent preparation, prosecution, and freedom-to-operate analysis primarily in the mechanical, electro-mechanical, electronic packaging, and e-commerce technologies. Chris has been a registered Patent Agent since 2012 and has been working for Schwegman since 2013. Previously, he worked as a senior engineer for Motorola Solutions designing two-way radios and accessories for the government and public safety markets. He also worked for GN ReSound designing hearing instruments. While in Law School, Chris assisted pro bono clients with patent preparation and prosecution through the William Mitchell Intellectual Property Clinic and was a research assistant for Professor R. Carl Moy. He also authored an article for the Cybaris® Law Review regarding the European Unitary patent and Unified Patent Court. In his spare time, Chris enjoys skiing, traveling, and hiking with his wife and dog.
President – Student Intellectual Property Law Association
GN ReSound, Inc., Mechanical Engineer, 2011-2012
Motorola Solutions, Inc., Sr. Mechanical Engineer, 2006-2011