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Bob Zeidman is also the president and founder of Zeidman Consulting (www.ZeidmanConsulting.com), a premier contract research and development firm in Silicon Valley that now focuses on consulting to law firms about intellectual property disputes. Since 1983, Bob has designed computer chips and circuit boards for RISC-based parallel processor systems, laser printers, network switches and routers, and other complex systems. His clients have included Apple Computer, Cisco Systems, Cadence Design Systems, Facebook, Intel, and Texas Instruments, and Zynga. Bob has worked on and testified in cases involving billions of dollars in disputed intellectual property.
Bob's secret life includes writing three award-winning novels and three award-winning screenplays. He earned a 1999 Opus Magnum Discovery Award from the Hollywood Film Festival for his novel Horror Flick, where he got to walk down the red carpet with celebrities like Jon Voight, Martin Landau, Harrison Ford, and Cameron Diaz, and he came "this close" to abandoning Silicon Valley for Hollywood.
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