I currently live in the suburbs of Chicago with my wife and our four English Bulldogs.
The current stable of cars is garage-limited, including the Atom, a BMW M3, a '72 Bronco and BMW X6. Previous vehicles included a 1980 Harley XLS, a Jeep Wrangler and an Eagle Talon. Future cars will include an E30 M3 and a '69-'70 Mustang, but these will have to wait until garage space permits.
Just in case you don't know, I am a patent attorney working for Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, an Intellectual Property law firm located in downtown Chicago. I focus on patent prosecution and litigation covering a variety of technologies including heat exchangers, fuel reformers, chemical processes, food products, as well as many other technical areas.
I graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law with high honors where I participated in law review and was the Vice President of the Intellectual Property Law Society.
Furthermore, I also have a B.S. in chemical engineering from Case Western Reserve University where I specialized in fuel cells and electrochemistry. Prior to becoming an attorney, I worked as a chemical engineer designing polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells and membranes.