John Teresinski is a patent attorney in the firm's Alexandria, Virginia office. John advises clients on IP issues across a broad range of technologies, including artificial intelligence, computer software and hardware, medical devices, semiconductors, displays, wireless communication, and global positioning systems. John has extensive experience before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and has managed patent portfolios for domestic and international matters. John regularly assists clients with developing and managing patent portfolios including drafting and prosecuting patent applications and handling post-grant proceedings. He also counsels companies on IP protection and litigation strategies in the context of emerging technologies, including autonomous vehicles, internet-of-things, user experience and driver assistance.
John is a former Examiner for the USPTO and examined patent applications directed to electrical measuring and testing.
John also assists clients with establishing operations in the United States including formation of U.S. subsidiaries and compliance.
Washington Business Journal, December 2, 2021
John joined Stites & Harbison after practicing with a large firm in Washington, D.C.
Washington D.C. Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2018-present)
On October 30, 2023, President Joe Biden issued a landmark executive order (the Order) directed to promoting use and managing risks of artificial intelligence (AI). The order recognizes the vast potential of AI and directs sweeping actions to protect against the risks of AI. Attorney John Teresinski takes at look at the order in this Stites & Harbison Client Alert.