Intellectual Property Attorney John S. Paniaguas Joins Clark Hill Chicago
CHICAGO, IL –
Intellectual Property Attorney John S. Paniaguas has joined Clark Hill Chicago as a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group.
Paniaguas specializes in assisting technology companies with domestic and international strategic intellectual property planning, including domestic and international patent preparation and patent prosecution and licensing. He represents both privately held and publicly traded companies, including start-ups.
As a member of the adjunct faculty at the DePaul University College of Law, he has taught Advanced Patent Law and Introductory Patent Law. He has a strong commitment to pro bono work and was honored in 2004 at his prior firm with a Pro Bono Service Award for patent law work performed on behalf of inventors and artists.
Paniaguas is a licensed professional engineer in Illinois and Indiana. He formerly served as in-house patent counsel for the McGraw Edison Company and for Motorola and was a partner in the patent specialty firms of Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery and Mason, Kolehmainen, Rathburn & Wyss and was a partner in the Intellectual Property Department at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Chicago.
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