Andrew focuses on patent prosecution and litigation. He has been diving head first into Intellectual Property since entering law school at the University of Connecticut, where he is a member of various IP-centric clubs and the Energy and Environment Law Society. Andrew has a degree in physics from Villanova University.
Scott specializes in electrical engineering and worked for two years as a patent agent prior to enrolling at Fordham Law School. As an undergraduate, he worked on the George Washington University Solar Decathlon team, where he designed and built a 100 W DC-AC inverter and has extensive experience in alternative energy. Scott is familiar with a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, navigation systems, car appliances, computer network systems, auctioning methods, humidifiers, and elevators.
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