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John Hamann’s practice focuses on patent litigation in the federal district courts and the US ITC, primarily in the electrical and computer arts. He has extensive experience litigating patents spanning a wide range of technologies, including semiconductor design and manufacture, memory devices, image sensors, networking hardware, power over ethernet devices, Voice over Internet Protocol phones, circuit design, telecommunication hardware, wireless devices, software and internet-related technologies. With over a 10-year focus on complex patent litigation, Mr Hamann has extensive experience in all stages of patent dispute, from pre-litigation counselling through trial. Before practising law, he was the manager of engineering systems at a leading radio frequency consulting firm and a communications engineer for a certified frequency coordinator of the Federal Communications Commission. Before joining Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, Mr Hamann was a partner at Howrey LLP and Hogan Lovells US LLP in San Francisco, California.
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