John Moran is an intellectual property attorney resident in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C. He has extensive experience in litigating patent, trademark and trade secret cases for clients ranging from small businesses to multi-national corporations. He has represented clients in Section 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission. Mr. Moran also analyzes and renders legal opinions on patent portfolios in preparation for patent acquisition, licensing and litigation. Mr. Moran's experiences have led him to be called upon to testify as an expert witness on patent issues.
Since beginning his legal career in 1981, Mr. Moran has prosecuted or directly supervised the prosecution of hundreds of patent applications in many different technologies, including telecommunications systems and equipment, robotics, artificial intelligence, imaging technology, nuclear reactor instrumentation, semiconductor devices and manufacturing processes, and medical devices.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Moran worked as an electrical engineer for six years in the fields of semiconductor design, microprocessor design and software, microprocessor-controlled products, process control and telecommunications. His engineering career included four years with RCA at its solid state division and at its David Sarnoff Research Center.
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