Mr. Foster specializes in patent prosecution and infringement counseling. Working in the computer and electronic arts, Mr. Foster has prepared and prosecuted patents in a wide variety of technology areas, including software as a service, infrastructure as a service, serverless computing and other cloud-based technologies, mobile applications and services, Big Data processing, digital signal processing, sensor systems, networking devices, and distribution control systems, among others.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Mr. Foster worked in the defense industry in the hardware and software engineering departments at Raytheon Company. There he performed product development and manufacturing support for a diverse set of product lines.
While attending law school Mr. Foster was involved in various organizations, including time spent serving as the Executive Editor of the William & Mary Business Law Review. His student note, Breaking the Transsubstantive Pleading Mold: Public Interest Environmental Litigation After Ashcroft v. Iqbal was published in Volume 35 of the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review. Mr. Foster served as a judicial intern in the chambers of the Honorable Paul D. Stickney, United States District Court of the Northern District of Texas and the Honorable James A. Moseley, Court of Appeals Fifth District of Texas.
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
Texas A&M University
- B.S., Computer Science
College of William & Mary, School of Law
- William & Mary Business Law Review
- William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review