A former software engineer, John spent five years working in software development for Amdocs, AT&T, Motricity, and NetApp before becoming an IP lawyer. His experience working on software projects for Bank of America, Costco, DirecTV and other large companies enables him to advise clients on the interplay between complex factual and legal issues.
John regularly draws on his technology background and works closely with experts on complicated technical matters, including analyzing software code and system architecture to help expedite the early stages of disputes. He also applies his knowledge and expertise of intellectual property law to help individual authors, artists, and photographers protect their IP.
A native of Maine, John currently lives in Raleigh with his wife, Elyssa, who is a wedding & portrait photographer.
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