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Isaac Pflaum has more than a decade of experience as a scientist, attorney, and consultant to Fortune 100 tech companies and government agencies. He serves as an expert witness in software-related litigation such as patent infringement and breach-of-contract matters.
Josh Mathew serves as a consultant and source-code analyst in patent litigation, copyright infringement, and breach-of-contract matters. With a background in mechanical engineering, a minor in computer science, and a data science certificate, he has the ability to simplify complex concepts for non-technical audiences.
Alicia Morton Farlese is a retired Captain serving twenty-six years in the United States Navy Nurse Corps, and was a senior leader in national health IT policy at the US Dept. of Health and Human Services. Dr. Farlese assists clients in meeting Health IT regulations, including Information Blocking requirements of the Cures Act.
Dr. George Edwards has more than twenty years of experience as a scientist, engineer, and technical consultant to academic research labs, government agencies, and technology companies, and he has served as a software expert in various litigation contexts, including more than fifty patent infringement cases.
Robert M. Layne, Ph.D., is an accomplished Scientific Advisor, Patent Agent, and Scientist with 15 years of experience translating complex science for diverse audiences. He’s a patent expert with a track record of $3.5B in trial victories. Robert’s expertise spans intellectual property, biology, and effective scientific communication.
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