Ronald Demsher Joins
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
CONCORD, MA, February 26, 2014 - Leading intellectual property law firm Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to announce that Ronald Demsher has joined the firm as an associate. John DuPré, president and principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, states, "Ronald Demsher's background and experiences at WilmerHale are an excellent addition to our patent team for electrical and mechanical clients. Ronald has worked with many clients whose technologies are at the forefront of electrical, communication, and software technology growth. Our clients will gain from his expertise."
Before joining the firm, Ronald Demsher had substantial involvement in all phases of patent litigation, as well as experience in patent prosecution, due diligence, and opinion work. Ronald's practice focuses on areas such as electrical devices and systems, wireless communications, networks, telephony, medical devices, software/firmware products, energy storage devices, speech recognition, optics, mechanical devices and systems, display/speaker systems, and laser scanners.
Prior to practicing law, Ronald was an electrical engineer at Raytheon for 14 years, designing and developing commercial and military communications systems. Ronald's experience in digital design includes spread spectrum hardware, cryptographic systems, high-accuracy frequency reference and chronometer systems, high-speed electrical interfaces, and ASIC/multi-chip modules. His system design experience includes wideband HF systems, microwave systems ranging from 1 to 20 GHz, and a millimeter-wave (93 GHz) IFF system.
Mary Lou Wakimura, a principal in the firm's electrical and mechanical group related, "Ronald is a wonderful addition to our team. Clients have already benefited from his expertise in VGA circuit design and video imaging systems among other technologies."
Ronald earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in microwave propagation from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and his Law degree from Suffolk University Law School.