As a seasoned IP practitioner, Tom combines his deep technical electrical engineering expertise with his business acumen to provide thoughtful counsel to his diverse client base. He has the unique ability to develop strategies to successfully build, maintain and enforce patent portfolios that integrate the client’s intellectual property strategy with their business goals. Tom’s specific technical expertise includes analog and digital electronics, power electronics, computer software and hardware, electromagnetics and electronics assembly and manufacturing including network communications and data security.
As a founding partner of L&A, Tom is active in building the firm’s presence. He actively recruits at his alma mater Suffolk University, where he sits on the Law School’s Intellectual Property Advisory Board and the Law School Alumni Board of Directors. In addition, he is an Adjunct Professor at the Sawyer Business School.
Over the past year, Tom has advised clients on the following:
Before entering the field of law, Tom had a successful career as a Senior Electrical Design Engineer at Raytheon Company. As an engineer, he worked primarily in the areas of power electronics and electromagnetic compatibility and was instrumental in the development and upgrade of communications systems and missile defense systems for the U.S. Department of Defense. In addition, Tom has experience developing and modifying software code for use in automated test systems.
Lando & Anastasi’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group presented “Cybersecurity and Data Privacy: Compliance with State, Federal and International Regulations” on October 19, 2017 from 7:30 – 10:00 am at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Waltham, MA
Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Planning Series: Identifying the Risks (Part 1 of 6)
Thomas M. Sullivan Receives Prestigious McDermott Alumni Award
Lando & Anastasi, LLP and the Association of Corporate Counsel – Northeast Chapter (ACC-Northeast) to present a program on Cybersecurity Strategic Planning
Practice Spotlight – It’s Time to Reconsider Reexamination