Craig is a partner in Dorsey’s Intellectual Property practice group and head of the Denver patent group. Craig’s practice spans many aspects of intellectual property law, including counseling clients on the identification, protection and management of intellectual property assets, licensing intellectual property, preparing and prosecuting patent applications, enforcing intellectual property rights through litigation, and providing infringement and patentability opinions.
Although he enjoys all facets of his practice, Craig particularly appreciates the opportunity to assist clients in developing strategies to leverage intellectual property assets to achieve prominence in their marketplace. Planning, licensing, and enforcement of rights each play their particular role in a well-balanced strategy and Craig has assisted diverse clients in all of these areas.
As a lawyer, Craig has represented a variety of companies from startups to international corporations. Representative companies include computer manufacturers, personal health and hygiene companies, domestic animal product manufacturers, telecommunications providers, financial product developers, cable content providers, broadband companies, and many more.
Craig practiced as a control systems engineer for Bechtel. He worked on various projects at the Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site. As part of his engineering experience, Craig designed control and power systems for distributed computer architecture networks as well as control systems for various processing and power facilities.