Gaspare J. Randazzo
Mr. Randazzo specializes in Intellectual Property Law. He has extensive and diverse legal and engineering experience, which has enabled him to obtain many valuable patents and trademarks for his clients. Prior to his position with Tutunjian & Bitetto, P.C., Mr. Randazzo interned for a federal judge in the U.S. Federal District Court for the Eastern District of NY and for the Nassau County District Attorney's Office, as well as worked for various New York Intellectual Property law firms. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Randazzo has worked as an engineer for various companies. His engineering experience includes work on various military projects including the Tomahawk Cruise Missile and the F14A Fighter Aircraft. Mr. Randazzo has secured numerous Patents which read on pervasive industry standards, thus allowing his clients to obtain the benefit of lucrative licensing revenue.
Admitted to bar, New Jersey, 1997; New York, 1998; registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
J.D., Cum Laude, May 1997 Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Huntington, NY
- Law Review:
- Research Editor, 1996-1997
- Associate Editor, Spring 1996
- Dean's List: Spring 1996, Fall 1996, Spring 1997
- Touro Academic Excellence Award: Patent Practice, Patent Law, Pre-Trial Litigation
B.S. Electrical Engineering, 1990
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
- Principal's Scholarship
- Dean's List: Fall 1985, 1987, Spring 1986, 1987
Law Experience & Technology Areas:
- Legal Intern, U.S. Federal District Court, Eastern District of NY, Uniondale, NY, Honorable Thomas C. Platt
- Legal Intern, Nassau County District Attorney's Office, Mineola, NY
Complex patent prosecution and counseling in fields of: computer architecture, microprocessors, semiconductor memories, computer software, wireless telecommunications, televisions and other display devices, medical devices and imaging, biometrics, digital and analog signal processing, e-commerce, speech recognition/synthesis, speaker recognition, text recognition, text-to-speech synthesis, video processing/compression/decompression, optical recording technologies, computer network technologies, security, radio controlled toys and vehicles, tires, integrated circuit manufacturing, electronics, electro-mechanical devices, mechanical devices, etc.
Program Manager/Test-Design Engineer, Computer Instruments Corp., Westbury, NY:
Program Manager for the McDonnell Douglas T-45 Goshawk Trainer Air Data Computer, which involved training and managing personnel, generating manufacturing and testing procedures, and extensive customer interfacing. Qualification testing of the McDonnell Douglas Tomahawk Cruise Missile Air Data Transducer and Grumman F-14A Angle of Attack Differential Pressure Transducer. Printed circuit board design and modification using Orcad and Autocad.
Test Engineer, Support Systems Associates Inc., Hauppauge, NY:
Software development for printed circuit boards under test at Naval Weapons Support Center, utilizing LASAR digital simulation software. Software development included developing a software model of the board to be tested, designing digital test patterns to simulate normal board functioning, and debugging of software.
Mark E. Nadjar, Litigation Counsel
Mr. Nadjar specializes in Litigation matters from inception to completion. With over 20 years of experience, Mr. Nadjar is well versed in complex litigation matters in both State and Federal courts, from commencement through discovery, motion practice and trial where necessary. Mr. Nadjar has worked on Federal Trademark and Copyright disputes and has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation matters.
New York Bar, January 1991
United States District Court, EDNY, March 1991
United States District Court, SDNY, April 1991
J.D., 1990 - St. John's University School of Law
- Dean's List
B.A., 1987 - SUNY Binghamton
- Major: English & General Literature
- With Honors for Outstanding Academic Performance
Litigation: Civil and criminal litigation matters from inception to completion, including all aspects of discovery, motion practice and trial where necessary. Commercial/Financial matters and real property actions and proceedings. Patent, Trademark and Copyright disputes.
Arbitrator, District Court of the State of New York, County of Suffolk - Hear and determine small claim cases involving a wide variety of legal disputes submitted by pro se litigants as well as litigants represented by counsel.
Transactions: Real estate transactions, representing purchasers and sellers, lenders and borrowers in both commercial and residential matters in Long Island and in NYC; business formations and related transactions.
- Suffolk County Bar Association, Member, 1997 - Present
- Suffolk County Assigned Counsel Defender Plan, Member, 2003 - 2010
- Licensed New York Real Estate Broker, 2003 - 2005
- Arbitrator, District Court of the State of New York, County of Suffolk