Nicolas Guibert de Bruet

Attorney at Law and Technology Consultant

Law Office of Nicolas Guibert de Bruet

Founded and operating out of Birmingham, Michigan, USA
You can reach the Law Office at +1-248-635-4361.

Attorney and Consultant Profile

Experience Digest

Nicolas Guibert de Bruet has worked as a technical expert and manager in the electronics and software industry for two decades. He has accepted assignments for a wide array of applications in the areas of defense, utilities, court systems, consumer electronics, and automotive electronics. In this latter area, he has led globally distributed teams designing projects involving connected vehicles, electric propulsion energy storage or transfer components, and functional safety of computer vision systems for autonomous driving safety electronics.
Mr. Guibert de Bruet has been admitted to the State Bar of Michigan after earning a Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University Law School. He holds professional certifications in functional safety of automotive electronics. His academic study of electrical engineering, embedded systems and computer science culminated in a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering degree from Oakland University.

Technology Highlights

20+ years engineering in the mobile computing industry (embedded systems design and management)
Automotive electronics functional safety certified professional
Patent portfolio management experience
Technology business consulting experience
Program management experience

Qualification Summary

Juris Doctor, Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan
BSE Computer Engineering, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, USA
Admitted to the State Bar of Michigan
Automotive Functional Safety Professional (SGS-TUV Saar GmbH)
ISO 26262 Functional Safety Certified Automotive Engineer (TUV Nord Systems GmbH & Co. KG)

Recent Publications

U.S. Patent 10,773,717

Vehicle Assist System

A method for assisting the operation of a host vehicle traveling on a roadway includes acquiring images around the host vehicle with at least one primary camera assembly having a first field of view. Visibility is detected within the first field of view. The at least one primary camera assembly is deactivated when the detected visibility is below a predetermined value. Images are acquired around the host vehicle with at least one secondary camera assembly having a second field of view until the detected visibility in the first field of view is at or above the predetermined value.

ABA Franchise Law Journal

Joint Employers and the National Labor Relations Board: McDonald's Wins a Food Fight

Easy-to-enact changes to long-standing joint employment regulations at the United States National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) threatened the very existence of a viable business model for franchise systems in the United States.

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