Mr. Gregson specializes in the computer and electronic industry and, over the last 25 years, has also supported clients in industries as diverse as aerospace, electronics, computer software, and telecommunications. His expertise includes and patent portfolio development. He has lectured for Villanova University in its Paralegal Certificate Program.
Mr. Gregson has worked as a computer engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in an embedded computer systems group. He authored technical papers at conferences and organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. These papers included R.J. Gregson, S.E. Schneider, and J.R. Dettmer, "System Design Synthesis Tool," Proceedings of the Government Microelectronics Applications Conference, Las Vegas, NV, November 1988; and R.J. Gregson, S.E. Schneider, E.T. Fu, & J.R. Dettmer, "The Development of Application Specific Integrated Circuits Using the System Design Synthesis Tool," Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE ASIC Seminar, Rochester NY, September,1989.
Following graduation from the Boston University with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering, Mr. Gregson received his Juris Doctorate degree from University of Baltimore School of Law. In law school, Mr. Gregson won a second-place result in a writing competition on intellectual property law for R.J. Gregson, "Protection of Computer Software: Another Look at Sui Generis Protection," University of Baltimore Second Prize Entrant to the 1991 ASCAP Nathan Burkan Memorial Writing Competition, June 1991. Mr. Gregson is admitted to the Maryland Bar and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.