Chris Colvin has an Aerospace Engineering degree from Princeton University, a J.D. degree from George Washington University, and a Cybersecurity Certification from Harvard University.

Chris first worked as a software engineer for IBM and has been a practicing lawyer for nearly 25 years. Consistent with his background, Chris works at the intersection of law and technology, both as a first-chair IP litigator (having handled dozens of significant patent, trade secret, trademark, copyright, and false advertising cases) and as a legal technology entrepreneur (having held General Counsel and other executive positions with various startup companies).


Joseph DiGuglielmo has practiced law representing clients in appeals, trials, and transactions. As an associate and later as a partner, Joe understands the various billing pressures attorneys face. Since Joe has worked as an attorney at law firms of all sizes, he has firsthand knowledge of the systemic billing methods in the legal industry.