Lucas Hjelle is a patent attorney at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. He received his B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Prior to joining Schwegman, Lucas worked full-time in Electrical Engineering and Aerospace for over ten years: He first worked for three years as a hardware engineer at LinksPoint in Norwalk, CT, where he designed and oversaw manufacturing for ruggedized snap-on GPS units using the SiRFstar GPS chipset. He next worked for fifteen months as a GPS and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) Engineer at Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, MA, where he analyzed M-Code performance and GPS/INS performance for terrestrial and reentry bodies. Immediately prior to joining Schwegman, he worked for almost six years as a Senior Navigation Engineer at Honeywell in Minneapolis, MN, where he designed and tested navigation algorithms for satellite landing systems, missiles, and munitions.
William Mitchell College of Law
St. Paul, MN, 2012, J.D.
Law Review: William Mitchell Law Review, Editor
Member of Student Intellectual
Property Law Association
Dean’s List 2011-2012
““CASE NOTE: Identifying Indicia of Extortion in Patent Troll Cases: EON-NET LP v.FLAGSTAR BANCORP,” 3 CYBARIS, 2012 (forthcoming).”
““GPS Augmentation Systems” (with J. Syrstad), 2008 Engineers Week at Honeywell, Feb 18-22, 2008, Coon Rapids, MN (presentation only).”
““An Introduction to the Global Positioning System,” Geospatial Information & Technology Association Conference XXVI Proceedings, San Antonio, 2003.”