Tony Mason has 34 years of experience helping attorneys solve complex Computer Operating System issues. His experience includes software development, teaching and writing about technology, and working with dozens of companies in a consulting role to solve their problems.
Mr. Mason has worked with multiple operating systems including Microsoft Windows, UNIX, and Linux. He is the author of two books, including, Windows NT Device Driver Development, several peer-reviewed papers, and numerous non-peer-reviewed publications.
Mr. Mason is the primary inventor on 12 patents:
US/9830329 Methods and Systems for Data Storage
US/9600486 File System Directory Attribute Correction
US/9535759 Work Queue Thread Balancing
US/8990228 Arbitrary Data Transformation
US/8903874 File System Directory Attribute Correction
US/8539228 Managing Access to a Resource
US/8521752 Arbitrary Data Transformations
US/8024433 Managing Application Resources
US/7809897 Managing Lock Rankings
US/7512748 Managing Lock Rankings
US/7949693 Log-Structured Host Data Storage
US 15/791,486 Methods and Systems for Data Storage
Litigation Support - Mr. Mason has gained extensive experience clearly explaining technical subjects so they are easily understood by non-experts. His expert witness services primarily focus on assisting in the preparation of materials necessary for computer operating systems patent litigation. He provides research, prepares reports, and explains technical terms clearly and lucidly. He is available for depositions and trial testimony as needed.
For years, this has been the definitive and comprehensive technical reference for software engineers, systems programmers, and any engineer who needs to understand Windows NT systems internals. While this text has a fresh new look on the outside, the text, pictures, code samples and references on the inside are vintage 1998. Nevertheless, the book retains a tremendous amount of value in its clear (erudite even) descriptions of the Windows NT operating system architecture and internals; information on the implementation of standard Windows NT kernel mode drivers; Key details on the workings of Windows NT I/O Manager; and detailed technical discussions on interrupt management and synchronization issues.
Dr. Istvan Jonyer is an expert in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Telecommunications, and Networking.
Background Experience: Dr. Jonyer is a scientist, engineer, educator, investor, and serial entrepreneur, with extensive research, development, and management experience in various areas of computer science with leading technology companies. Dr. Jonyer has been a venture capitalist with three different funds with responsibilities covering machine learning, autonomous vehicles, AR/VR, and mobile and streaming media delivery, among others. At Google he was responsible for launching Google TV devices with device OEMs and SoC vendors, such as Sony, Logitech, LG, Sharp, Samsung, Vizio, Intel, Marvell, and MediaTek. He has designed mobile communication systems for Nortel Networks and evaluated numerous telecommunications technologies as a venture capitalist.
Dr. Jonyer is a serial entrepreneur with two startups under his belt, and continues to be involved with the startup ecosystem by both investing in and advising early-stage startups. He has published extensively in machine learning and telecommunications, and has presented numerous times to a wide range of audiences, such as boards of directors, at conferences, and as a regular investor panelist.
Litigation Support: Dr. Jonyer offers testifying expert witness services to both defendants and plaintiffs with local presence in Los Angeles . Services include source code analysis, deposition, trial testimony and second chair.
Has completed cases in:
Patent infringement, ITC
Breach of contract
Technical due diligence
He has been retained on cases involving major technology companies, including:
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The discovery phase of IP litigation often calls for a technical review of a software product. A code review is an activity conducted by an expert witness that involves reviewing the source code of a product to discover pertinent facts relevant to the case.
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Anthony C Chang, MD, MBA, MPH, MS is internationally recognized as an expert in the field of Pediatric Cardiology. Dr. Chang has 30 years of experience and special expertise in Congenital Heart Disease and Perioperative Care as well as Cardiomyopathy and Sudden Death in pediatric patients. Dr. Chang has a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from University of Miami School of Business and a master's degree in Biomedical Data Science from Stanford University. He also has a master’s degree in Public Health from UCLA, from which he graduated with the Dean’s Award for academic excellence.
Doctor Chang - Being A Doctor
Dr. Chang has been offering litigation support services to the legal community for many years. His expertise is available to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense. Dr. Chang has been deposed and/or testified over 200 times since 1990. Areas of Specialization:
Congenital Heart Disease
Cardiac Intensive Care
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
A world-renown leader in pediatric cardiology innovation, Dr. Chang is a member of the grant review committee for pediatric research at the National Institutes of Health. Respected in his field, Dr. Chang is a member the board of directors for the American Heart Association. Providing leadership in education, he has served with the faculty of UCLA School of Public Health (eMPH program) and has taught global health for UCLA’s eMPH. He also teaches pediatric cardiology to cardiology fellows and holds a volunteer faculty appointment at the UCLA School of Medicine.
A prolific author, Dr. Chang is the chief editor of the textbook Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care and the past president-elect of the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS). He is the chief editor of the textbook Heart Failure in Children and Young Adults. He is a regular reviewer for “Circulation,” “Pediatric Critical Care Medicine,” “Critical Care Medicine,” and numerous other journals. Dr. Chang has been voted “Physician of Excellence” by the Orange County Medical Association and also selected as one of America’s “Top Doctors,” “Top Pediatricians,” and “Best Cardiologists” by several organizations.
The technological singularity described by futurist Ray Kurzweil is the phenomenon when technology supercedes the human intellect . The current ascent to singularity is at an exponential rate (Law of Accelerating Returns) due mainly to escalating computing power (Moore's Law), and is estimated to occur by the year 2045 or sooner.
This is an academic dividend of the popular Pediatric Cardiology Review biannual course that was started by Dr. Chang and Dr. Eidem. The book contains over 875 questions & answers and is geared toward pediatric cardiologists taking the boards or maintenance of certification, pediatricians, and cardiologists interested in freshening their skills. It provides hundreds of questions relating to the diagnosis and treatment of the fetus, infant, child, and adult with congenital heart diseases.
This unique resource provides today's state-of-the-art guidance on the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure in children and adolescents. Contributions from the fields of surgery, intensive care, pediatrics, and cardiology emphasize a balanced, team approach to heart failure management.
A distinguished list of contributors from some of the major international centers covers this specialty like never before. With recent advances in ultrasound technology and pharmacology the expertise required to care for a critically ill child with heart disease takes an integrated approach with a multidisciplinary team and central focus. This resource provides comprehensive discussions of pertinent cardiac issues in the ICU setting with emphasis on perioperative care.