E. Bartholomew Kalnay
Bartholomew (Bart) Kalnay is an attorney admitted to the Ohio bar in 2007. He received his Juris Doctorate from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2007. Bart received his Bachelor of Science degree, magna cum laude, in mathematics and physics, from Cleveland State University, where he was awarded the Outstanding Mathematics Student award for his graduating class, and where his mathematics senior project concerned lattice-based cryptography. Bart has experience in patent preparation and prosecution, particularly in the fields of radiomics, quantitative medical imaging, MRI coils, data de-duplication, electronic data storage, computer software, computer gaming, and infrared and thermal imaging and control systems. He has counseled clients on trade secret, copyright, and trademark issues. Bart also has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in philosophy (concentration in ethics) and cinema studies, from the University of Toronto (St. Michael’s College).
Before embarking on his legal career, Bart worked as a lead programmer at ExperiencePoint Inc., in Toronto, where his work focused on database design and database-web interface programming. While at law school, Bart served as a torts research and teaching assistant. Before switching his practice to intellectual property, he was a criminal defense attorney with the Cuyahoga County Public Defender. Bart is a joint inventor and drafter of United States Patent 8,863,689, “Animal Feeding System”, and has published articles in the field of cinema studies. His professional memberships include the Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA).