The Law Office of Dale B. Halling, LLC, was founded in 1995 and is dedicated to providing prompt, high quality, intellectual property services, including US and foreign patent prosecution.
Dale B. Halling, born Honolulu, Hawaii, September 29, 1960; admitted to bar: Missouri, 1993; Illinois, 1993; Colorado, 1995; registered to practice before U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Education: Kansas State University (BSEE, 1982); University of Texas at Dallas ( MS Physics, 1984); St. Louis University ( J.D. cum laude, 1992). Co-author: “The New Age of Design Patents”, 1992. Member: American Intellectual Property Law Association.
Mr. Halling’s technical background includes a BS in Electrical Engineering from Kansas State University, and an MS in Physics from the University of Texas at Dallas. After receiving an MS in Physics, Mr. Halling spent several years performing research and development in free space laser communication systems at McDonnell Douglas. Then he worked for Tektronix doing sales and marketing of scientific equipment.
Upon receiving his JD, he worked for Wood, Phillips, Van Santen, Hoffman, and Ertel in Chicago dealing in a wide variety of intellectual property matters. He then worked in-house for Motorola, preparing and prosecuting patent applications throughout the world in the fields of cellular communications, communication systems, cable telephony, error correction coding, manufacturing systems and printed circuit board technology. Since leaving Motorola, he has prepared and prosecuted patents for Ameritech, SBC, Motorola, McDonnell Douglas, MCI, Cypress and several local high technology start-ups. These patent applications have covered: semiconductor circuits; internet applications; software, telecommunication systems: including ATM, Frame Relay, SS7 applications; fiber optic systems; computer memory systems; cable telephony systems; voice recognition systems; encryption; XML; database applications and others.