Bradley’s practice focuses primarily on patent prosecution, specifically the mechanical arts. However, he also has experience in patent infringement litigation and appellate practice.
Bradley seeks to provide his clients with creative solutions. He has been registered with the United States Patent Office since 2011, and he has experience in intellectual property strategy planning, patentability searching, clearance searching, and preparing and prosecuting provisional, utility and design patent applications. In addition, Bradley is familiar with a variety of foreign jurisdictions and routinely works with foreign counsel in prosecuting patent applications around the world.
Before becoming an attorney, Bradley grew up in a small community in southwest Iowa. He is a cum laude graduate from Iowa State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. While at Iowa State, Bradley studied abroad in Swansea, Wales, was a member of the Senior Class Council and the Homecoming committees, and was a member of Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society. His class and design work included an electromechanical slip-ring design, a compact transmission, and a mechanical laptop charging system.
Bradley graduated magna cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law. At William Mitchell, he was a staff member on the Cybaris® Intellectual Property Law Review, publishing an article titled “An E-Discovery Model Order: Saving the Golden Goose of Patent Litigation One Golden Egg at a Time.”
In his free time Bradley enjoys an active lifestyle, including playing a variety of sports, hiking and camping. Bradley also likes to tinker with gadgets and he built his first computer last year. In addition, Bradley has an interest in motorcycles and recently returned from a 7,000 mile road trip across the western United States and Canada.