Jim Bradley has been practicing intellectual property law in private practice for more than 40 years. He focuses on patent, trademark, copyright and general intellectual property law, with an emphasis in the area of mechanical devices.
He has experience in all phases of intellectual property law for clients from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. These areas include litigation matters as well as prosecution of patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and foreign patent offices. Jim has personally prepared and successfully prosecuted hundreds of patent applications. His emphasis is on mechanical inventions, and his experience is in a variety of fields, including oilfield equipment, medical devices, manufacturing processes and aerospace. He is involved frequently in infringement and validity analysis of patents and patent reexaminations, both for patent holders as well as those seeking to avoid infringement.
Recent Notable Matters
Baker Hughes Incorporated — patent prosecution, infringement and validity advice
General Electric Oil and Gas — patent prosecution, infringement and validity advice
Lockheed Martin Corporation — patent prosecution, infringement and validity advice
Publications and Speeches
“Innovators Take Note, ‘Imitation Two-Year Provisional’ Option Extended Through 2012,” Intellectual Property Today, April 2012.