Drafting and prosecuting patent applications is the primary focus of James’ practice as a shareholder at TraskBritt. He has particular skill in the evolving law on subject-matter eligibility and has guided patent applications in impacted technologies to issuance. James’ practice is complemented by his breadth of experience across the intellectual property spectrum, including utility patents, design patents, trademarks, and copyrights. In each of these areas, he advises clients throughout the process, including strategy for generating rights, securing rights, clearance opinions, validity opinions, infringement opinions, due diligence, and enforcement. James serves clients across a broad spectrum of technical fields, including oil and gas exploration, semiconductor fabrication, gaming services, consumer technology, medical devices, and many more.
James was elected into the leadership for the IP Section of the Utah Bar in 2016, where he served for three years.
James received his legal degree in 2010 from the George Washington University Law School and his technical training at the University of Utah, in mechanical engineering.