Connor brings a diverse set or experiences and training to the preparation and prosecution of utility patent applications. His undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering is generally directed to the mechanical arts and manufacturing processes. During his time at university, his research focused mainly on sustainable technologies such as automation, flexible solar displays, and bio-char applications. After graduating, Connor managed a bio-pharmaceutical collection facility. He later attended law school, where he gained experience with cutting-edge telecommunications technologies and patents as an intern at an in-house counsel department.

Connor’s goal is to provide clients comprehensive analysis of official communications from the United States Patent and Trademark Office to enable clients to receive the optimal patent coverage for their intellectual property in light of their business needs.