University of Baltimore School of Law,
B.S., Electrical Engineering, 2006
US Patent and Trademark Office
Listed in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" (by BL Rankings) in St. Louis, Missouri for Intellectual Property Law, 2022
Bradley Thomas is an associate in the Firm's Intellectual Property practice.
Brad draws on his 8 years of experience as a patent examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office to assist clients with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, particularly in the areas of electrical and computer engineering.
Having been on both the government side and the private side of patent prosecution, Brad is able to navigate and advance through the various stages of patent prosecution efficiently and effectively. Brad's practice also includes assisting clients with a variety of other intellectual property matters, such as patentability and infringement analyses, and has encompassed working with a wide range of technologies, including consumer electronics products, image/video processing devices and standards such as HEVC, cloud computing, communications systems and circuitry, semiconductor manufacturing processes and devices, industrial and medical equipment, and various mechanical processes and devices.
In addition to patents, Brad's practice includes copyright and trademark prosecution in areas such as fashion, and in connection with overall brand building and developing diverse IP portfolios for clients.
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