Jeffrey Burgess is an intellectual property attorney focusing on patent and trademark law. Jeffrey has experience at a large firm and at a mid-sized intellectual property boutique. He has represented numerous large companies, assisting in the development of substantial patent portfolios in areas such as wireless telecommunications, display devices, and radar defense systems. He has additionally assisted individual inventors and small start-ups to secure protection for their intellectual property.
Prior to attending law school, Jeffrey was an applications engineer in the sensor products division of Motorola (now Freescale Semiconductor) and a patent intern with Intel Corp.
Guest lecture delivered to students taking a course on patent monetization and licensing: “Creating Valuable Patents: Smart Prosecution for Creating Highly Valuable Patent Portfolios,” University of San Francisco School of Law October 29, 2015
“The Analogous Art Test,” Buffalo IP Law Journal; Fall 2009
While attending law school, Jeff was a senior editor of the Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology.