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Jason A. Patton

Jason Patton is an associate and he is a member of the IP Procurement and Portfolio Management practice. Jason is a USPTO registered patent attorney with three (3) years of legal experience and ten (10) years of industry experience as an applied mechanical engineer.

Jason has experience in all facets of intellectual property law, including U.S. and foreign patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and confidentiality and licensing agreements. With a focus in the mechanical arts, Jason has specific expertise in the areas of oil and gas, medical devices, and material science.

Prior to joining the firm, Jason served as an intellectual property lawyer for a tax-focused law firm in Houston and for a boutique intellectual property law firm also in Houston.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Jason was a Research Engineer for Southwest Research Institute for five (5) years in the materials testing group. In this role he developed and executed non-standard test methods for strength and fatigue testing.

In addition, Jason was a Research Engineer for Integra Life Sciences for five (5) years in the R&D product development group. In this role he developed and tested implantable orthopedic devices.

  • “In vitro Comparison of Wear Characteristics of PyroCarbon and Metal on Bone: Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty," J Shoulder Elbow, 0: 1–12, 11 September 2018
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