JUSTIN HELPS CLIENTS BUILD AND PROTECT THEIR VALUABLE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.
Justin is a senior attorney in Dorsey’s Patent Prosecution, Portfolio Strategy & Management practice group. Justin counsels clients on issues related to patents and other intellectual property, including patent procurement, patent assertion against infringing competitors, and defending against infringement accusations. Justin helps clients build strong U.S. and foreign patent portfolios that protect key products and innovation. As a former engineer, Justin understands the technical aspects and the process of innovation through relevant experience.
Justin’s practice involves a broad range of technologies, including consumer products, medical devices, software applications, mechanical devices, electrical devices, and control systems. Having a general engineering degree with a specialty in mechanical engineering, Justin’s knowledge and experience are not limited to any particular specialty or discipline, allowing him to understand all aspects of a system.
Prior to law school, Justin was an engineer on various engineering projects, including Arizona’s first ethanol production facility, a copper flotation upgrade for the second largest copper producer in the United States, and a 2x1 combined cycle power plant for El Paso Electric. As an engineer, Justin enjoyed managing project deliverables to see engineering projects to completion.
Education & Admissions
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law (J.D., 2014), Charles F. Brannan National Scholarship; Aaron H. Goldfarb Endowed Scholarship
Colorado School of Mines (B.S., Engineering with Mechanical Specialty, 2006)
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
Industries & Practices
- Healthcare & Life Sciences
- Intellectual Property
- Patent Prosecution, Portfolio Strategy & Management
Professional & Civic
- Authored numerous law frameworks related to religious freedoms in various countries, including Argentina, Latvia, New Zealand, Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Thailand (see International Center for Law and Religion Studies | Law and Religion Framework Overviews (iclrs.org))
- Bill research committee member for Senator Irene Aguilar of the Colorado Senate