301 East Pine Street
Orlando, Florida 32801
Dr. Christopher Ramsey’s practice involves a broad array of intellectual property matters, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, IP transactions and strategic IP counseling. He has extensive experience prosecuting patent applications in the U.S. and all over the world. He also has expertise assisting clients with patent litigation in highly technical fields such as life sciences and chemistry.
Dr. Ramsey’s patent practice includes a wide spectrum of technology areas. He handles patent matters relating to chemistry, biotechnology, computer software, optics, materials science, mechanical devices, medical devices and nanotechnology. He routinely counsels startup companies with developing comprehensive IP portfolios.
Dr. Ramsey understands technically challenging problems because he has had a significant amount of hands-on technical experience. During his scientific career, Dr. Ramsey was an avid experimentalist in chemistry, materials, RF engineering, cryogenics, semiconductors and physics. He synthesized compounds, used lithography to fabricate semiconductor devices, built spectrometers, machined microwave resonators, built transistors from single-molecules, developed microwave transmission systems for ultra-low temperature microwave characterization of molecules and routinely performed experiments at only a fraction of a degree above absolute zero temperature. Dr. Ramsey’s research is published in over 20 peer reviewed articles.
- Georgetown College, B.S., chemistry (2000)
- Florida State University, Ph.D., chemistry (2004)
- University of Central Florida Department of Physics, postdoctoral research associate (2007)
- University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D. (2010)
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Professional Associations & Memberships
- The Florida Bar
- American Chemical Society
Awards & Recognitions
- Hoffman Merit Award for Academic Achievement
- Best Lawyers in America, 2020-2021
- Florida Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2013-2020
- Orlando Magazine, Best Lawyers, 2021
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,895,086, titled "Enteric Coated Multiparticulate Composition with Proteinaceous Subcoat"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,883,096, titled "Extraction of Uranium from Wet-Process Phosphoric Acid"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,876,913, titled "Prosthetic Foot with Modular Construction"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,829,160, titled "Antibody Biomarker Specific to Mitotic Cells"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,828,426, titled "Multiparticulate L-Carnitine Compositions and Related Methods"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,808,736, titled "Enteric Coated Multiparticulate Controlled Release Peppermint Oil Composition and Related Methods"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,729,090, titled “Compositions and Methods for Inhibiting Collagen Production”
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,691,275, titled "Controlled Release Melatonin Compositions and Related Methods"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,568,776, titled "Multiparticulate L-Menthol Formulations and Related Methods"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,556,418, titled "Curved Lenses and Related Methods"
- U.S. Pat. No. 8,481,482, titled “Prion Protein Based Hemin Binders and Related Methods”
Selected Articles & Publications
- "Protecting Innovation in Telemedicine," Florida MD, April 2015
- "Medical Technology Patents Affected by U.S. Supreme Court," Florida MD, September 2014
- R. Gupta, K. Davis, C.M. Ramsey, A. Meunier and K. Kordzik, The Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Patent Landscape, Nanotechnology Law & Business, in press
- C.M. Ramsey, E. del Barco, S. Hill, S.J. Shah, C.C. Beedle, and D.N. Hendrickson, Quantum interference of tunnel trajectories between states of different spin length in a dimeric molecular nanomagnet, 4 Nature Physics 277 (Apr. 2008)
- J.J. Henderson, C.M. Ramsey, and E. del Barco, Fabrication of nanogapped single-electron transistors for transport studies of individual single-molecule magnets, 101 Journal of Applied Physics 09e102 (May 2007)
- C.M. Ramsey, W.Z. Chen, F.A. Cotton, N.S. Dalal, C.A. Murillo, T. Ren, and X. Wang, Proof of large positive zero-field splitting in a Ru25+ paddlewheel, 127 Journal of the American Chemical Society 12691 (Sep. 2005)
- C.M. Ramsey and N.S. Dalal, Crystalline and water soluble Cr4+ and Cr5+ model compounds for chromium toxicity studies, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 113 (Jan. 2004)
- C.M. Ramsey, B. Cage, F.A. Cotton, N.S. Dalal, E.A. Hillard, and B. Rakvin, Observation of symmetry lowering and electron localization in the doublet-states of a spin-frustrated equilateral triangular lattice: Cu3(O2C16H23)·1.2C6H12, 125 Journal of the American Chemical Society 5270 (May 2003)
Presentations & Seminars
- "Biotechnology Year End Snapshot," Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute, December 2016