Posted 7/9/2012 12:00 am
Updated 2 years ago
With the only full-service patent practice in Arkansas, Wright, Lindsey & Jennings LLP assists clients in all facets of the patenting process. From the idea to reality, WLJ builds effective patent strategies to deliver solid protection of its clients’ innovations in a rapidly changing market. With a focused and applied practice, the patent attorneys at WLJ advise their clients with an unparalleled perspective.
Each member of the WLJ patent practice group has a unique educational and professional background and has been recognized by his peers as a leader in the field. Their combination of legal and technical knowledge allows them to provide patent services across the full spectrum of technology areas.
Ray Cox Jr. holds a graduate degree in environmental engineering and is a registered professional engineer.
He has assisted research universities and companies of all sizes in acquiring over 130 patents covering technologies such as medical devices, chemical equipment and processes, energy systems and food processing technologies.
Chuck Dougherty holds degrees in physics and electrical engineering, and has professional experience in software design. He has extensive experience assisting clients, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to start-up companies, in protecting a variety of electronic devices and software-related inventions.
Blake Glasgow holds two degrees in the biological sciences including a graduate degree in physiology and biophysics.
He works with individual inventors, start-up companies, and research universities in protecting inventions in fields including biotechnology, nanotechnology, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.
Much of the cutting-edge research being conducted in Arkansas is in the field of biotechnology, and WLJ is uniquely qualified to assist clients in the protection of these new breakthroughs.
WLJ has recently worked with Drs. Puran and Nalini Bora, who have developed a research method that could have far-reaching impacts in the future of macular degeneration and cancer research.
“Having local patent counsel with a strong comprehension of the biological sciences made communicating easy. With counsel available to meet and discuss our needs, the process was efficient and cost effective,” said Puran Bora, Ph.D.
Whether in the laboratory or in the field, WLJ provides Arkansas innovators with the advantage of working directly with an experienced and knowledgeable team of patent attorneys through a hands-on, face-to-face approach. WLJ’s commitment to excellence and dedication to clients has earned the firm recognition as the top intellectual property firm in Arkansas.