Lloyd Sadler has served as the Managing Director – IP Monetization since April 2013, when he joined Hewlett-Packard. In this role, Lloyd is responsible for building and executing revenue generating patent licensing programs and strategic patent sales opportunities. Previously (July 2009 through April 2013), Lloyd was a Transactional Attorney – Director, at Intellectual Ventures. At IV he was responsible for building patent licensing programs and for leading legal and business licensing teams on numerous assertion-based, successfully closed and revenue generating patent license transactions. Prior to Intellectual Ventures (November 2005 to July 2009), he was Corporate Counsel for IP (prosecution, litigation, assertion and licensing) at Agere Systems (later LSI Corporation). During this time, he successfully asserted patents on numerous infringers, and drafted, negotiated and closed many revenue generating patent license agreements. Lloyd also managed the prosecution of 1/3 of Agere/LSI’s patent portfolio, managed approximately ½ of the IP litigation matters, managed the trademark docket and established and managed the open source software policy and reviews. During his IP transactional practice, Lloyd has led teams that successfully closed over $3 billion dollars of IP licensing and sales transactions. Previous to Agere/LSI, (March 1994 through November 2005), Lloyd was a patent agent and attorney in private practice with a concentration on patent and trademark prosecution, licensing, litigation and trials. He also worked as lead counsel on a wide variety of other trial and appellate cases. He achieved full partner status at McCarthy & Sadler LLC, Parsons Behle & Latimer and Snell & Wilmer. He served as head of the Transactional IP Department at Parsons. Lloyd has appeared (first chair) in: state courts, federal district courts, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and before the U.S. Supreme Court. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, Utah, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Washington State and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is admitted to practice before the CAFC and the U.S. Supreme Court. From March 1981 through March 1994, Lloyd worked as a design engineer, project engineer, system engineer, engineering manager and program manager, in which roles he was responsible for the design and delivery of mission critical integrated circuits and computer systems for large defense/intelligence programs. Lloyd has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations providing child education and health services as well as several arts foundations. Lloyd has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, an MBA and a JD from the University of Utah, where he served in student government and graduated with high honors. Lloyd is the inventor of technology in the field of computer security, on which two US Patents have issued. Lloyd works out of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Houston, Texas office.