Justin joined BSTZ in 2006. He is a registered Patent Attorney and brings a tremendous wealth of industrial and academic know-how to his patent practice. Justin provides a broad range of patent related services including patent analysis, preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patent reexaminations, and conducting product clearances. Justin also provides counseling on patent strategies for U.S. and foreign jurisdictions.
Prior to becoming a patent attorney, Justin conducted research in the Components Research division of Intel Corp. During that time, he was honored as the Intel Oregon inventor with most patents filed in 2003, 2004 and 2005. Justin’s research led to his being included as one of a team of 10 individuals recognized with the 2003 Intel Achievement Award for “The Development of the World’s First High-K/Metal-Gate CMOS Transistor with Record-Setting Performance.”
As a researcher, Justin held over 130 U.S. Patents and co-authored more than 20 peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals in technical fields ranging from the Electrical arts to the Chemical arts. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry and an undergraduate degree in Chemistry and Pure Mathematics. Justin completed his academic technical training in 2001 as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.