Justin K. Brask, Ph.D.
Justin Brask helps clients navigate intellectual property challenges by providing them with a broad range of patent related services. His over 12 years of legal experience includes patent analysis, preparation and prosecution of patent applications, patent reexaminations and conducting product clearances. Justin also provides counseling on patent strategies for U.S. and foreign jurisdictions. He has worked on semiconductor processing and packaging, chemistry, applied physics, mechanical arts, electronics, green technologies, Internet technologies and computer technologies.
Prior to attending law school, Justin conducted research in the Components Research division of Intel Corporation. As a researcher, Justin was awarded over 170 U.S. patents and published more than 20 peer-reviewed academic journal articles on topics ranging from the chemical arts to the electrical arts. He was recognized as the Intel Oregon inventor of the year in 2003, 2004 and 2005 for having the most patents filed in each of those years. Justin received the 2003 Intel Achievement Award for developing the world’s first high-k/metal gate CMOS transistor with record-setting performance.
Memberships & Awards
- Lewis and Clark College, Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird IP Scholarship
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship
- University of Calgary, Killam Doctoral Fellowship and NSERC Doctoral Fellowship
Resources & Ideas
- Lewis & Clark Law SchoolJuris Doctor degree
- Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPost-Doctoral Fellow
- University of CalgaryPh.D., Chemistry
- University of CalgaryBachelor of Science, Chemistry and Pure Mathematics
Oregon State Courts
Outside The Office
- Enjoying the surf with my son.