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'''John Berryhill''' is a patent attorney practicing in Philadelphia. John has represented domain name registrants and trademark claimants in numerous [[UDRP]] proceedings and federal court proceedings. John has been a longtime advocate for the rights of domain registrants in [[ICANN]] working groups and task forces relating to intellectual property and other domain policy issues, and is a representative in the Registrar Constituency.
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=== Education ===
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Having earned a Ph.d. in electrical engineering, John had the subsequent misfortune to fall into the company of lawyers, but maintains a "nerds-eye view" of issues affecting technology and media companies interested in securing their rights and avoiding the legal traps laid by those in the legal profession who mis-spent their youth.
  
 
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Email: john [at] johnberryhill.com
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John Berryhill is a patent attorney practicing in Philadelphia. John has represented domain name registrants and trademark claimants in numerous UDRP proceedings and federal court proceedings. John has been a longtime advocate for the rights of domain registrants in ICANN working groups and task forces relating to intellectual property and other domain policy issues, and is a representative in the Registrar Constituency.

Education

Having earned a Ph.d. in electrical engineering, John had the subsequent misfortune to fall into the company of lawyers, but maintains a "nerds-eye view" of issues affecting technology and media companies interested in securing their rights and avoiding the legal traps laid by those in the legal profession who mis-spent their youth.