John Nappi's practice focuses on patent litigation in Section 337 Investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission and in U.S. district court. John also practices patent prosecution in a variety of scientific areas, including electrical, mechanical, and chemical applications. His experience also includes writing opinions on patent validity and infringement, as well as client-counseling on other intellectual property matters.
While attending law school, John was a staff member of the American University Law Review and a competing member of the Mock Trial Honor Society. He also worked on a variety of trademark, cyberlaw, patent, and copyright matters as a member of the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic.
Prior to his legal career, John worked at Osram Sylvania as an engineer in manufacturing, research & development, and applications engineering roles primarily with LED lighting technologies.