MEET MACCORD MASON’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ATTORNEYS
CIVIL ENGINEERING B.S., MIT,JD DUKE UNIVERSITY, J.D.
Jim Lester heads MacCord Mason’s litigation, mediation, and dispute resolution practice. Jim is a patent lawyer with 40 years of experience helping clients with technology-related disputes in fields as diverse as software, construction, textiles, recreational watercraft, industrial
BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING B.S. WITH LEGAL STUDIES MINOR, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY,
FRANKLIN PIERCE CENTER FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AT THEUNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, J.D.
Jason Condrasky is an Intellectual Property attorney with expertise in many aspects of securing and enforcing intellectual property rights. Jason is heavily involved with patent, trademark, copyright, and contract matters, including securing IP protection, identifying and
BIOLOGY B.S., UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT WILMINGTON, MASTER OF ARTS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION, WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY,
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO, ELON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, J.D.
Kelly Robinson is a client-focused Intellectual Property attorney whose practice is results oriented toward seeking, maintaining, and protecting client’s intellectual property rights. She has over 10 years of experience counseling clients in every area of intellectual property,
CERAMIC ENGINEERING B.S. AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING M.S., VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY B.S., AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW, J.D.
Mr. Rilee works with individual inventors and both small and large companies in such diverse fields as ceramic fibers and fiber/metal composites, metallurgy, textiles, instrumentation and process controls, medical devices, computers and business method software. He
PHYSICS B.S., UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, J.D.
Art MacCord has practiced as a patent attorney since 1978 and is a partner of MacCord Mason. Mr. MacCord advises clients that intellectual properties are business assets, so their value and the legal services associated with them should take a business-like approach. He advises clients on their options and assists them to aim for the most profitable outcome, whether by licensing or otherwise.
MICROBIOLOGY B.S., CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY AT LONG BEACH, GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY OF LAW, J.D.
Ms. Gannon’s background includes five years of pharmaceutical research on antimicrobials, and five years as a solo Intellectual Property law practitioner. This experience provides her with unique insight into the challenges associated with turning ideas into viable products and with successfully operating a business.