Craig has represented and advised clients, from small startups to global Fortune 500 companies, on how to best protect and exploit their valuable intellectual property, whether through patent, trademark, or copyright. He tailors his advice with the foresight he gained from litigating patent and trademark rights in federal court to meet each client’s objectives. In addition, he advises clients on international portfolio management and strategy, patent and trademark preparation and prosecution in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as well as international patent and trademark offices, due diligence, and general patent counseling.
His experience includes mechanical and electromechanical technologies in the fields of oil, gas, and mining exploration and processing, hydraulic systems, construction equipment, medical devices (including laparoscopic and endoscopic tools; orthopedic implants; pumps, and infusion devices), aerospace, automotive, sporting goods, semiconductors and semiconductor packaging.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Craig spent several years working for Schlumberger Oilfield Services as a field engineer. He also has practical engineering experience earned with GE Medical Systems and Johnson Controls’ Automotive Systems Group. He also was a Michigan-licensed emergency medical technician.
- Boston University School of Law, J.D., 2005
- University of Michigan, B. Sci. Mechanical Engineering, 1998
- Craig is a member of the Utah Bar and is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a patent lawyer.