WHO WE ARE
IP Advanced® was founded to service those who are routinely ignored by traditional law firms: individual inventors and smaller businesses. Through IP Advanced, we offer clients a better way to work with attorneys: one that tracks results instead of every minute spent getting you there.
John has extensive patent litigation, prosecution, and counseling experience. He has litigated on behalf of both patent owners and accused infringers, and before launching IP Advanced®, was Senior Litigation Counsel at a leading patent monetization company. John also spent ten years as an intellectual property attorney at the international law firms of White & Case and Greenberg Traurig.
John’s legal expertise covers many aspects of patent law. As a patent litigator, he has considerable experience before federal courts and the International Trade Commission, representing Fortune 500 high-tech, financial, and healthcare companies in matters involving Internet and mobile applications, operating systems, network communication protocols, relational databases, e-commerce and SSL/TLS encryption, real-time multimedia streaming, personal navigation devices, and medical instruments. As a patent prosecutor, John has worked with inventors to procure patents in the fields of satellite technology and automated manufacturing processes. In addition, he has performed due diligence analyses of patent portfolios in advance of product launches and acquisitions to assess market exclusivity, freedom to operate, and patent validity.
John has a broad and diverse technical background. After earning a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, he studied computer science and worked for five years as a software application developer at high-tech startups. As a result, John is skilled at translating complex technical issues into concepts that are understandable and compelling to courts, and highly effective at strategizing and collaborating with inventors and technical experts.
John received his J.D., cum laude, from Fordham University School of Law, and his B.S. from Cornell University. While at Fordham, John served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Victor Marrero in the Southern District of New York, and the Honorable William J. Martini in the District of New Jersey.
Bars and Courts
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
New York Bar
New Jersey Bar
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
District of New Jersey
Eastern District of Michigan
Eastern District of Texas
J.D., cum laude, Fordham University School of Law
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University
Senior Litigation Counsel, Blackbird Technologies
Intellectual Property Associate, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Intellectual Property Associate, White & Case LLP
Judicial Intern, Hon. Victor Marrero, Southern District of New York
Judicial Intern, Hon. William J. Martini, District of New Jersey
Internet Application Developer, Bullhorn, Inc.
Stephen is a Technical Advisor for IP Advanced, providing patent and technology analysis in electrical engineering fields. He complements the diverse technical expertise of IP Advanced with over 19 years of experience in multiple engineering roles ranging from applications, systems, product, sustaining, validation, and technical marketing. Specialized skill and knowledge areas include new product development, project management, LED lighting, and power electronics.
After earning a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Stephen worked for multiple semiconductor companies such as Texas Instruments and National Semiconductor. At Texas Instruments, Stephen was involved with validation strategy development and execution, application and system design of switching-mode power supplies for LED lighting, technical marketing, and business development of LED drivers for the automotive and industrial markets.
Stephen currently runs his own consultancy called Koheryx Solutions, LLC, where he leverages his engineering and product development expertise to help clients architect and implement their visions for products and services.
Stephen received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. While at Cornell, Stephen designed and built an electronic throttle control for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Program. Stephen has also taken graduate courses from the University of Colorado Boulder in the field of power electronics.
Stephen is not admitted to practice as an attorney.