Thomas Visone

ZinnLaw welcomes our newest addition to the ZinnLaw team, Thomas Visone.

Thomas Visone graduated with his Juris Doctor from the University of Dayton School of Law. Prior to attending law school he received his Master of Science, in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, from Johns Hopkins University, and his Bachelor of Science with Honors, in Biochemistry, from Florida State University. 

Visone has had a diverse career as an attorney, patent examiner and a biochemist. Visone is licensed to practice law in Florida, Maryland, and the United States Supreme Court. 

Prior to practicing law with ZinnLaw, Visone worked as a Legal Intern for Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Dayton, OH. He was a Summer Extern for Dinsmore & Shohl, Columbus, OH. He was an attorney for DLA Piper, Baltimore, MD, and also for The Law Office of Jack R. Sturgill, Jr., Towson, MD, and ran his own law firm, The Law Office of Thomas J. Visone as a solo practitioner in Towson MD. Visone also held the title of Primary Patent Examiner for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Thomas Visone’s Accolades and Awards

USPTO Bronze Medal Award

CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Patent Law
CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Health Care Law
CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Business Law
University of Dayton School of Law Academic Scholarship
University of Dayton School of Law Social Justice Award
University of Dayton School of Law Pro Bono Commitment Award
University of Dayton School of Law Academic Honors in Intellectual Property

Pfizer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Biochemistry

Florida State University Senior of the Year Award in Biochemistry

Thomas Visone’s Published Cases

Visone, T., Charron, M., and Wright, W.W. (2009) Activation and Repression Domains within the Promoter of the Cathepsin L Gene Orchestrate Sertoli Cell-Specific and Stage-Specific Gene Transcription. Biology of Reproduction, 81(3):571-579 

Aittaleb, M., Visone, T., Fenley, M. O., and Li, H. (2004) Structural and Thermodynamic Evidence for a Stabilizing Role of Nop5p in S-adenosyl-L-methionine Binding to Fibrillarin. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279(40):41822-41829

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