John brings deep technology expertise to his work with L&A’s Electronics and Computer Technologies, Internet and Software, and Medical Devices groups. His work and academic experience have exposed him to a wide range of technologies, including very large scale integration, sensors and electronic instrumentation, advanced electronics, integrated chip fabrication and design, and embedded systems. John has prosecuted and written applications in a variety of technical areas, including:
Prior to his career at L&A, John worked at one of Procter & Gamble’s largest manufacturing facilities, where he was responsible for leading an issue-resolution team in the field of lean manufacturing. He devised and implemented solutions to a wide range of electrical and mechanical problems, and trained line teams in a variety of areas.
While at Rensselaer, John led a large number of teams in fields ranging from volunteer construction work to embedded systems design innovation. He led a team sponsored by Cypress Semiconductors to improve upon and popularize the Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) microcontroller by organizing the team and controlling various technical sectors of the project, including the creation of a control system to regulate the internal conditions of a thermal chamber designed to house a 3-D printer. The chamber enabled the use of alternate printing materials by creating, monitoring, and regulating the appropriate ambient conditions and performed as designed for.
John received three distinct awards from Suffolk University Law School: the Daniel J. Fern Award for graduating with the highest cumulative average within the evening program; the Judge Harry Kalus Book Award for demonstrating excellence in the Massachusetts Practice course; and the Benjamin Kaplan Copyright Award for demonstrating excellence in the Copyright course.
*pending admission to the Massachusetts bar