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Mr. Smegal received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from what was then the Michigan College of Mining and Technology in 1957, and graduated Cum Laude with a Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School in 1961. A specialist in providing expert witness testimony in intellectual property disputes, Mr. Smegal has been a frequent lecturer on intellectual property law and litigation . . .
Holly Hillberg is a highly respected, internationally-renowned senior executive whose visionary leadership and extraordinary business acumen at Johnson & Johnson, Carestream Health, and Eastman Kodak Company have been pivotal over the years in defining and aligning the companies’ footprints for success. In the early 1990’s, when Kodak was primarily still a film company, Hillberg (an electrical and . . .
A native of Aurora, MN, John attended St. Thomas College in St. Paul for two years prior to transferring to Michigan Tech to play football and complete his Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering, with honors. He was initiated into the Phi Lambda Upsilon honorary chemical engineering and Sigma Xi. After graduation in 1954, John joined the graduate program in chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, receiving . . .