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Myles Intellectual Property Law PS

PO Box 2049
Issaquah, WA, 98027

Practice areas


  1. Intellectual Property: 50%
  2. Life Sciences: 50%

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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Law, Technology & Arts FellowUniversity of Washington School of Law2011
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerLowe Graham Jones PLLC2014 - Present
Adjunct ProfessorSeattle University School of Law2004 - Present
Adjunct Professor and Law, Technology & Arts FellowUniversity of Washington School of Law2003 - Present
Of CounselMerchant & Gould An Intellectual Property Law Firm2012 - 2014
PartnerSchwabe Williamson & Wyatt2009 - 2011
AssociateDarby & Darby, Professional Corporation2005 - 2009
Patent AttorneySpeckman Law Group PLLC2002 - 2005
Patent AttorneyCorixa Corporation2001 - 2002
AssociateSeed Intellectual Property Law Group PLLC1999 - 2000
Law ClerkTownsend & Townsend & Crew1996 - 1998
Senior Research FellowFred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center1990 - 1996
Research AssistantUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill1984 - 1990
Association namePosition nameDuration
Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical AssociationMember2004 - Present
Washington State Bar AssociationMember1999 - Present
Washington State Patent Law AssociationMember1999 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
Managing Intellectual PropertyHow Biotech Patentees can Navigate KSR2008
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Washington School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1999
University of North Carolina, Chapel HillBiochemistryPhD - Doctorate1990
University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignBiochemistryBS - Bachelor of Science1981
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt IP SeminarBiotechnology Process Inventions: Patentable Subject Matter after In Re Bilski2009
Darby & Darby IP SeminarDetermining Obviousness after the Supreme Court Blast in KSR -- It's Deja vu all over Again2008
Darby & Darby IP SeminarInequitable Conduct and the Duty of Disclosure: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions2008
Darby & Darby IP SeminarChallenging the Obviousness Standard: KSR v. Teleflex2007
Darby & Darby IP SeminarThe Coming Change in U.S. Patent Laws: Patent Reform Act of 20072007
Darby & Darby IP SeminarDisappearance of the Continuation-in-Part: Chiron v. Genentech and Other Federal Circuit Decisions Alien to Traditional Patent Practice2006