Anthony C. Murabito


Two North Market Street
Third Floor
San Jose, CA 95113 USA

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Mr. Murabito earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, magna cum laude, from Santa Clara University School of Engineering (1988) with emphasis in digital design and semiconductor physics and a J.D., summa cum laude, from Santa Clara University School of Law (1992) with emphasis in Intellectual Property law. Mr. Murabito is admitted to the State Bar of California and has been registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office since 1991. Mr. Murabito is a member of Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Sigma Nu.

Mr. Murabito has been in private practice as a registered patent attorney since 1992 and has been involved in patent law since 1990 working first as an attorney for Blakely, Sokoloff, Taylor & Zafman drafting user interface and hardware patents for, among other clients, Apple Computer and Intel Corporation. Mr. Murabito has drafted and prosecuted high technology related patent applications, drafted complex opinion letters concerning patent validity and infringement issues, drafted license agreements and performed patent portfolio reviews.

Mr. Murabito's primary focus is on managing corporate patent portfolio development for Fortune 100 clients and advising on patent infringement and validity matters. Mr. Murabito's fields of technological expertise are extensive and focus on microprocessor architecture, graphics processor architecture, graphic display devices, consumer electronic products, mobile devices, low power computer systems design, integrated circuit manufacturing, semiconductor process technology, logic and circuit synthesis, digital logic, analog systems, communication networks, storage devices, pattern recognition, graphical user interface design, nuclear medicine imaging and other electronics/computer related technological areas.

Mr. Murabito prosecuted the '061 US Patent (microprocessor "Speed Stepping") that was successfully asserted against Intel Corporation in 2007. The '061 patent is subject to license and settlement royalties that exceed $250 Million.

Mr. Murabito was a software design engineer at Litton Applied Technology in San Jose, CA where he was responsible for systems level design of software applications for radar warning systems used in advanced aircraft. Mr. Murabito was also employed at IBM Almaden Research Center, Almaden, CA during college where he was responsible for developing software and electronic systems for advanced printer technology. Prior to IBM, Mr. Murabito was employed by NASA/Ames Research Center, Mountain View, CA and conducted experiments in pilot peripheral cue assessment for designing safer aircraft glareshields.


State Bar of California
United States Patent and Trademark Office


Santa Clara University, B.S., Electrical Engineering, magna cum laude
Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude