M.S. in Electrical Engineering (in progress)
Northeastern University School of Law
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Mr. Drayton has prepared and prosecuted applications in technology areas including natural language processing, computer security and cryptography, blockchain technology, network communication, cloud computing and SAAS, bioinformatics, internet-of-things engineering, use of RFID and near-field communication, analog and digital power regulation, medical imaging, automated manufacturing, and wearable electronic devices. Prior to joining Caldwell IP, Mr. Drayton was a patent attorney with an intellectual property firm in Newton, Massachusetts, and served a one-year clerkship with Hon. Cynthia J. Cohen of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Before attending law school, Mr. Drayton spent four years as a software engineer at a financial institution. Mr. Drayton’s industry experience and technical background enable him to understand cutting edge technologies and issues affecting inventors in a constantly evolving legal climate.