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Jim's practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law,
with a particular emphasis on patent procurement and licensing in the
Internet, computer, telecommunications, electronics and mechanical
fields. He has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications in
the areas of computer software, telecommunications, business methods,
semiconductor devices, optical devices, computer networking, medical
devices, manufacturing equipment, petroleum exploration devices and
methods, and others. He has also drafted and negotiated a variety of
agreements concerning the licensing, development and ownership of
intellectual property. Jim provides general counseling on intellectual
property issues, such as implementing corporate intellectual property
protection programs, trademark and copyright registration and licensing
and trade secret protection.
While attending engineering school
at Bradley University, Jim worked at Sundstrand Corporation as part of
a cooperative education program. He was involved in the design and
installation of system test facilities, the testing and production of
aircraft fluid pumping equipment and the design and development of a
torpedo engine for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defense.
attending law school, Jim was employed as Lead Design Engineer for LTV
Aircraft Products Group where he was granted a secret security
clearance. In his capacity as Lead Design Engineer, he participated in
the design and production of various aircraft programs such as the
McDonnell Douglas C-17 Globemaster III, the Gulfstream V business jet
and the Northrop B-2 Stealth Bomber.
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1997||09/19/2015|
|Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law||N/A||N/A||1997|
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