Mr. Bradford’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation with a concentration on legal issues involving the computer arts.  He has experience with patent, trademark, trade secret and other complex civil litigation matters. 

  • Mr. Bradford first chaired an arbitration involving a patent license dispute over intelligent video surveillance software;
  • He regularly defends companies in patent disputes involving dynamic web page generation, LED circuits, Internet technologies, computer software, video analytics, universal power adapters, liquid crystal displays (LCDs), computer networking, wireless mesh systems and thin-film transistors.
  • He has experience in a variety of intellectual property counseling including trademark prosecution and litigation and trade secret litigation.
  • He has been significantly involved in complex trials and arbitrations.  He has examined and cross examined numerous technical and corporate witnesses.
  • Mr. Bradford also has broad experience drafting briefs and motions.  His appellate experience includes drafting and arguing an appeal before the Seventh Circuit and drafting and preparing appeals before the Federal Circuit.
  • In addition to his experience with intellectual property litigation, Mr. Bradford is involved in numerous pro bono projects.  He argued a direct appeal of a criminal conviction before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Bradford has been involved in preparing and handling criminal trials, including arguing contested evidentiary motions.