I am a registered patent attorney and represent clients ranging from startup ventures to Fortune 500 corporations in all aspects of intellectual property. I work closely with sole inventors and in-house counsel to develop effective intellectual property strategies to meet my client’s needs and expectations.
I have degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, with minors in Math, Business and Statistics. My technical expertise, as well as leadership qualities, were further developed as Chief Fire Control Technician in the U.S. Navy specializing in computer hardware, radar systems, microwave systems and advanced electronics. After the military, my programming skills and experience designing network architecture eventually led to a position as Vice President of Systems and Network Engineering for a Los Angeles-based Internet company.
My legal practice incorporates my computer software, hardware, Internet and electronics experience to service my clients. I can expertly advise you on protecting your Internet and technology-related businesses.
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Look forward to learning from your site. Thank you for your service. Anchor’s aweigh, and Semper Fi! -Jason
I am contacting you on behalf of SUBWAY Restaurants. I work for the their National PR Agency Catalyst and am contacting you because the discount listed on your site for SUBWAY is wrong
That discount is no longer a valid discount. Instead, SUBWAY has partnered with the Wounded Warriors Project and have given a financial contribution. I am hoping that you can remove the listed discount from your site as we do not want to give out wrong information and have a someone in the military come into SUBWAY on Vets Day and be disappointed. Appreciate it.