Peter Creath co-founded Elysium Digital in 1997 and is Vice President of the company. He has advised clients on more than 150 matters relating to intellectual property, computer technology, and computer forensics, including landmark cases such as
. He has been deposed, has submitted expert reports in federal court, and has submitted numerous court affidavits and declarations. He has also served as a consulting expert for the duration of multi-year patent litigation, providing technical analysis throughout trial. Peter works on a wide variety of topics, including high-level software design and low-level software analysis; copyright infringement analysis; source code, object code, and hardware analysis; copyright and source code plagiarism; trade secret analysis; and patent infringement analysis. U.S. v. Microsoft
Before co-founding Elysium Digital, Peter worked as a consultant for AT&T Laboratories, where he created tools for graphical analysis of web sites. He has many years of experience in object code analysis on all major platforms and a variety of architectures.
Peter's undergraduate research at Princeton focused on 3D simulation, cross-compiler back ends, and reverse engineering. He was also inducted into Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.
Remote authorization for unlocking electronic data system and method. Christian Bielefeldt Hicks and Peter Janssen Creath. US Patent 7,436,583, filed March 31, 2003, and issued March 18, 2008.
Remote authorization for unlocking electronic data system and method. Christian Bielefeldt Hicks and Peter Janssen Creath. US Patent 6,567,793, filed October 25, 1999, and issued May 20, 2003.
System and method for remote authorization for unlocking electronic data. Christian Bielefeldt Hicks and Peter Janssen Creath. US Patent 5,982,892, filed December 22, 1997, and issued November 9, 1999.