Orlando, Florida - 407-926-7700
Manassas, Virginia - 703-831-4094
Melbourne, Florida - 321-209-3055

John L. DeAngelis, Jr. - Attorney

John L. DeAngelis, Jr. practices in the area of intellectual property including patents, trademarks and copyrights. John has extensive experience in patent prosecution of electronics and electro-mechanical technologies. He also has experience in software and technology licensing, technology transfer agreements, and drafting and negotiating license agreements for high-technology spin-offs. Prior to entering private practice, John served as Senior Intellectual Property Counsel for Harris Corporation. John is the Director of the Northwestern University Alumni Admission Council (Space Coast Chapter), President of the Northwestern University Alumni Club of Orlando and former treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of the Melbourne Municipal Band. He is also an Adjunct Professor (engineering) at Eastern Florida State College.

Specific Areas of Patent Preparation and/or Prosecution Experience:
Electrical and electronics intensive products, including antennas, communications systems (satellite, cellular, broadcast, personal, telephone), semiconductor fabrication processes and devices, software and computer/data processor devices, electromechanical and mechanical devices (including in particular, locomotives and power system products)

Recent Speaking Engagements:
3D Printing is a Reality, Are Your Assets Protected? before the Association of Corporate Counsel, Orlando, Florida, December 2015

Bar Admissions
  • Pennsylvania, 1979
  • Florida, 1994
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1982
Education
  • University of Central Florida
    Orlando, Florida, MSEE 2007
  • Duquesne University School of Law
    Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania , J.D. 1979
  • Northwestern University
    Evanston , Illinois , strong.S. 1973

  • Honors: 1973, Northwestern University Technological Institute Alumni Award

  • Major: Electrical Engineering

  • Honors and Awards:
    Member, Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honorary Fraternity)