Scott is a graduate from the University of St. Thomas School of Law. Scott has patent prosecution experience in: building information modeling (BIM), network devices, data centers, uninterruptable power supplies, flash memory, and safety equipment. He has previous forensic research experience using headspace gas chromatography techniques. Scott also has previous experience with several mechanical devices including: electric motors, hydraulics, solenoids, boiler systems, and combustion engines.
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