About the Author

Is now an experienced registered patent attorney.

James (J.T.) Hollin, Jr.

James (J.T.) Hollin, Jr. is a former aviator and accomplished airline pilot. J.T. was raised in the quiet, desert town of Yuma, Arizona during the 1950's and 1960's. He attended the University of Arizona, receiving a B.S. degree in aerospace engineering. After completing a tour in the U.S. Air Force, J.T. flew as a pilot for Delta Air Lines for 31 years. J.T. is an experienced guitarist, and also occasionally volunteers in activities with the Atlanta Chapter, Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.

Shown on the right is a photograph of a static display of a U.S. Air Force F-15 "Eagle" jet fighter at the Georgia Museum of Aviation, Warner Robbins, Georgia.

Below is a photograph of the Author prior to leaving on his retirement flight to Paris as a Boeing-777 Captain.

Background and Experience

May 2007 to present - Registered U.S. patent attorney, including prosecuting patent & trademark applications, copyright matters, licensing, IP litigation; offices in Fayetteville Georgia.

June 1979 to present - Member of state bar of Georgia; practicing attorney in matters of civil litigation, employment law, business law, real estate law, appellate practice;
Firm name, J.T. Hollin, Attorney at Law, P.C., Atlanta Georgia.

Sept 1972 to March 2004 - Pilot and international qualified Captain with Delta Air Lines, Inc,; Aircrew qualifications include Convair 880 (flight engineer); Captain on DC-9, Lockheed L
-1011, Boeing 727, 757, & 767; McDonnell-Douglas MD-11;Captain on Boeing 777, managing crew of 14 on international routes to Europe, Egypt, South America, Japan.

Oct 1971 to Sep 1972 - Development engineer with AiResearch Manufacturing (Div. of Garrett Corporation) as technical manual writer, fluidics design assistant; Phoenix, Arizona.
Military Service

March 1968 to Sep 1971- U.S. Air Force pilot, with qualifications on McDonnell F-4, Cessna O-2; 6-month TDY tour in South Korea; 1-year combat tour in South Vietnam & Cambodia theaters with Special Forces; separated from active duty with the rank of Captain, USAF