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Rembrandt IP Management, LLC



Paul Schneck, Ph.D.

Chairman Emeritus

Dr. Paul Schneck is Chairman Emeritus of Rembrandt IP Management. Dr. Schneck is a co-founder of Rembrandt and served as its Chairman [he held a number of positions culminating in chairman] for 11 years. During his tenure Dr. Schneck oversaw the execution of the company's mission, including the rigorous application of decision science to its patent enforcement activities.

Prior to forming Rembrandt IP Management, Dr. Schneck served as a member of the NSA Advisory Board and as Vice President and CTO of Veridian Corporation, a 7,500-person professional services firm. He accepted the Intelligence Community's Seal Medallion on behalf of the Super Computing Research Center. With more than 40 years of experience in applied and theoretical sciences, Dr. Schneck has conducted scientific research in fields as diverse as aerospace, supercomputing, parallel processing, and digital IP antipirating technologies. He is a Fellow of ACM and of IEEE; the author of Supercomputer Architecture, published in 1987 by Kluwer; the author of more than 50 scientific articles; and has taught at The Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland, and Columbia University. Paul has three US issued patents (cited by more than 750 different subsequent patents) and several pending patent applications. Dr. Schneck earned his Ph.D. in computer science from New York University.



Michael Johnson

President and CEO

As president of Rembrandt IP Management, Michael Johnson is responsible for overseeing the operations of the company, devising and implementing intellectual property monetization strategies, and negotiating license agreements for the company's intellectual property.

Prior to joining Rembrandt IP Management, Michael held senior-level financial and operating positions in both public and private companies that developed products utilizing proprietary intellectual property. Previously Michael served as the chief financial officer of MedCases Inc., and as chief accounting officer and vice president of finance for Ecogen Inc. (EECN). Michael began his career at KPMG where he primarily served life sciences clients in the firm's assurance practice. He received a master in business administration degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor of accounting and finance degree from Boston College University. Michael is a certified public accountant licensed in the state of New Jersey.



Barry Ungar

Chief Litigation Counsel

In his role as Rembrandt IP Management's chief litigation counsel, Barry Ungar is responsible for managing all Rembrandt IP Management litigation. Once Rembrandt IP Management's due diligence team has identified companies that are infringing a particular patent(s), Barry is responsible for determining where the enforcement action will be brought. Barry also is responsible for selecting outside counsel for these cases. He then works very closely with outside counsel on all strategic and tactical decisions, court filings, discovery, and trial issues.

Barry joined Rembrandt IP Management after being a trial lawyer for 35 years, handling large commercial litigations in various industries. Barry is a cum laude graduate of the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania, was an editor of the Law Review, and was elected to the Order of the Coif (top 10 percent of the class). Upon graduating from law school, he clerked for the Honorable John Biggs Jr. on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Barry thereafter began his litigation career in a Philadelphia law firm, where he was made a partner after two and a half years. Barry subsequently left the firm along with a senior partner, and the two created one of the first commercial litigation boutique law firms in Philadelphia. He practiced there for most of his career and was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Barry is also an experienced mediator and arbitrator. He was on the American Arbitration Association's international arbitration panel and was one of the founders of JAMS' Philadelphia dispute resolution center.



Daniel Golub

Litigation Counsel

Dan Golub leads Rembrandt IP Management's technical assessment of all new patent matters. He also plays an integral role in determining the company's legal strategy, managing litigation matters, and interfacing with outside counsel.

Dan brings more than 20 years of patent law experience, with a specialization in patent prosecution and litigation. Prior to joining Rembrandt IP Management, Dan was a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia. Dan has a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He also graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School.







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