The George Washington University National Law Center
(J.D.) – 2014
Washington University in St. Louis
(B.S. Mechanical Engineering) – 2011
United States Patent and Trademark Office
District of Columbia
American Bar Association
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)
Peter Glaser is a patent attorney specializing in patent preparation and prosecution before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has represented various clients in a wide range of technical fields, including wireless communication systems, computer networking, computer hardware and software systems, telematics, mobile phones, virtual reality displays, cloud computing, e-commerce, and business methods.
Peter is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School, and was a member of The George Washington Journal of Energy & Environmental Law. He previously worked as a summer associate at Harrity & Harrity.
Prior to attending law school, he worked at the Aerospace Systems Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis, testing docking mechanisms for small satellites.
Coauthor, “Case Summary of Vivint, Inc. v. Alarm.com Inc.,” Harrity Blog (August 2018)
Coauthor, “Changes in Patent Language to Ensure Eligibility Under Alice,” IPWatchdog.com (December 2017).
Coauthor, “Practice Insights in the Wake of Visual Memory LLC v. NVIDIA Corp.” Harrity Blog (August 2017).
Author, “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Patents: A Survey,” IPWatchdog.com. (July 2017).
Author, “The Continuing Delay In Nuclear Power Plant Licensing,” George Washington Journal of Energy & Environmental Law. (Jan 2014).