Jason T. Arnold is a technical advisor with McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP. Mr. Arnold provides technological advice in support of validity, infringement, and patentability analysis in the electrical, computer and software areas.
Prior to joining MBHB, Mr. Arnold participated in computer science research under the direction of Dr. Dennis Brylow. As a member of Dr. Brylow’s research team, Mr. Arnold contributed to a wide variety of projects, including converting and further enhancing a recursively built operating system (XINU), developing a browser-based integrated development environment (IDE), and setting up a cloud-based compiler to allow inexpensive computers to produce hardware specific code for widely used, low-power devices such as Arduino. Mr. Arnold also authored and presented research at various academic research conventions hosted by the Association for Computing Machinery, including: (1) Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT) in Charlotte, NC; (2) SIGCSE 2016 in Memphis, TN; and (3) CSTA Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.
Mr. Arnold also worked in the cybersecurity and intelligence sector of a military defense research and development firm, contracting with not only the US military, but foreign entities and countries across the world. This work covered a wide-range of areas, including cybersecurity, electronic warfare, artificial intelligence defense, counter-UAS, and radar system development and weaponry.