Gregory Brummett • Of Counsel
Greg Brummett focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling with respect to intellectual property matters. Greg has extensive patent prosecution experience including preparing provisional and utility patent applications, prosecuting utility patent applications before the USPTO and appeals before the BPAI, preparing and prosecuting international PCT applications to secure patent rights in other jurisdictions.
Greg’s practice also includes preparing validity, infringement, and patentability opinions, substantive revision of foreign origin applications, development and joint venture agreements, and licensing agreements with emphasis in technical areas including semiconductor manufacturing processes and materials, mineral fiber manufacture, pharmaceutical compositions, medical devices, processing equipment and inspection devices, water treatment packages and test procedures, optical fiber manufacture, metallurgy, and general chemical engineering. Greg has also represented a Canadian-based consortium of universities in their work on isotope generators, detectors and cyclotron target designs.
Greg has also been involved in litigation before U.S. District Courts, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the International Trade Commission. His experience encompasses all phases of litigation from preparing pre-litigation opinions through settlement negotiations and trial.
Prior to entering private practice, Greg spent seven years as a Semiconductor Process Engineer at a Texas Instruments CMOS Fab in Dallas, Texas, working primarily in the diffusion and ion implantation departments.