John M. Bradshaw


Practice Areas

Intellectual property litigation



Emerging Businesses

Business Acquisition

Representative clients include; national laboratory, universities, Fortune 500 companies and start-ups in diverse areas including power generation (gas turbine engines, diesel engines, fuel cells), medical devices (implants, catheters, stents, surgical instruments, diagnostics), sensors (ultrasonic, optical, electrical, chemometric), analytical instruments (UV, NMR, X-ray), radiation shielding, microfluidic devices, nanomaterials, pollution control, ceramics, coatings, data mining, RFID tags, heat exchangers, and door locks



JD, IU McKinney School of Law, 1999

MS, Chemical Engineering, University of Florida, 1996

BS,  Chemical Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 1994

Bar Admissions

Indiana, 1999

US Patent and Trademark Office, 2000

Seminars and Presentations

"Patents and Trade Secrets", ICLEF Seminar on Intellectual Property Valuation, February 2012

"IP Basics for Solos and Small Firm Practitioners," Indianapolis Bar Association, November 2011

"Pitfalls and Strategies to Avoid Charges of Inequitable Conduct," ABA Webinar, November 2010

"Trademarks- An ounce of Prevention," AGL Magazine, July 2006

"Patent Basics- Rewarding Innovation," AGL Magazine, August/September 2006

"Copyright Protection- Exclusivity of Expression," AGL magazine, November 2006

Other Interests

Mr. Bradshaw is a busy father of 4 but still finds time for the occasional game of tennis

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