Jordan Stott is an experienced intellectual property lawyer focusing on the protection of innovative products, the development of brands, and enforcement of rights. He has represented clients ranging from start-ups to multinational corporations, including in patent, trademark, and copyright litigation in federal courts and before the Patent and Trademark Office.
Jordan Stott is a registered patent attorney at Parsons Behle & Latimer serving clients of all sizes with a variety of intellectual property issues, including:
- Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Protection and Portfolio Management
- Design Patents
- Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Litigation and Enforcement
- Patent Office Post-Grant Proceedings Including Inter Partes Review and Reexamination
- Analysis of Competitive Intellectual Property Landscape and Risk Management
- Intellectual Property Strategy and Licensing
He has worked with a wide array of technologies such as firearms, aerospace, medical devices, fitness equipment, food processing, mechanical systems, and more. Mr. Stott has also assisted in patent prosecution throughout the world, including in foreign jurisdictions such as in Europe and Asia.
Over the course of his career, he has advised on many aspects of intellectual property and has represented clients in patent, trademark, and copyright litigation in federal courts and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Mr. Stott has served as an input editor for the Idaho Law Review, and previously interned at the United States Patent and Trademark Office where he examined patent applications and participated in proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
University of Idaho College of Law (J.D, 2015)
Business Law and Entrepreneurship Emphasis
Utah State University (B.S., 2012)
Major: Mechanical Engineering
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member (2015 - present)
American Bar Association, Member (2015 - present)
Boise Young Professionals