Mr. Iwashko was the first and only student to graduate from the 3/2 Engineering Program at the Johns Hopkins University and Goucher College with two Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science.
After his studies, Mr. Iwashko worked as an engineering consultant at International Business Machines (IBM), and then later as a patent examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, where he focused on patent applications in the art unit pertaining to computer memory, storage, and control.
Presently, Mr. Iwashko is the principal at his law firm, The Iwashko Law Firm, based in Washington DC, U.S.A., is registered to practice in patent cased before the United States Patent and Trademark office, and is also a registered attorney at law in Maryland and Washington DC. Mr. Iwashko has experience drafting patent applications and prosecuting patents directed toward a myriad of different technological fields, including, but not limited to, computer hardware, software/applications, circuit design, image-forming apparatuses, mechanical devices, semiconductors, databases, micro-electromechanical systems, communication devices/systems, amplifiers, optical devices, and switches. Also, Mr. Iwashko is qualified to file and prosecute U.S. trademark applications.
In addition to his own IP law practice, Mr. Iwashko provides support to 2SPL as an Of Counsel patent attorney for drafting, filing, and prosecuting U.S.-based applications.
Mr. Iwashko speaks English, Ukrainian, Spanish, and Russian fluently.