Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Jeremy represents clients in post-issuance validity proceedings, with a focus on inter partes reviews and ex parte reexaminations, through which he has achieved successes for patent owners and patent challengers alike. Such representation has included successfully arguing at Patent Trial and Appeal Board final hearings.
Jeremy also represents clients in patent-prosecution-related matters, including preparing and prosecuting (in various jurisdictions) utility and design patent applications for a wide range of technologies, including deep sea drilling equipment, composite structures, lighting components, and medical devices.
Jeremy is also experienced with other transactional work, including preparing freedom-to-operate analyses, licensing agreements, and joint development agreements.
JD, University of Oklahoma College of Law, 2013
BS, Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas, 2010
During law school, Jeremy was the assistant managing editor for the Oklahoma Law Review and earned the Chesapeake and Comfort scholarships.
- Texas State Bar
- US Patent and Trademark Attorney
- "Conceptual Design of a Hover-Capable, High-Speed, Multi-Role MAV," American Helicopter Society, 2010
- American Helicopter Society 66th Annual Forum, Phoenix, Arizona, 2010