Michael Fenn is a vice president at Aon, specializing in intellectual property litigation. Mike has seven years of industry experience working as an electrical, systems, and software engineer and more than six years of experience advising both technology companies and law firms in patent, trade secret, copyright, and computer forensic matters. He has worked as both an expert testifier and consultant on dozens of matters touching diverse technologies such as smartphone software, digital rights management, distributed systems, virtual reality gaming, medical records systems, automotive technology, and test and measurement software. Mike has submitted expert reports and declarations on behalf of clients, testified as an expert in court, and has been deposed on multiple occasions.
Mike holds a B.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Cornell University, where his studies focused on computer architecture and digital design, and an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where his research focused on digital signal processing and communication theory.
Prior to joining Aon, Mike worked at Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems as both a systems and software engineer. In those roles, he provided technical leadership to multidisciplinary engineering teams, developed high-performance radar data and signal processing algorithms, and developed software for large-scale phased array radar systems. Before that, he worked at Abiomed where he developed remote monitoring software and designed embedded systems for an artificial heart.
Mike is also a GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner.