HOLLIS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
Hollis Intellectual Property Law strives to provide clients with quality, informed, and cost effective legal services. Our goal is to protect your vision by addressing intellectual property issues impacting the present and future.
While in private practice, Gaylon counseled clients on their intellectual property rights and maximizing the potential depth and breadth of these rights in conjunction with other business considerations such as branding. He helped his clients procure potential patent, trademark, trade-dress and copyrights. He also counseled clients on transactional aspects of intellectual property including licensing, portfolio management and due diligence considerations. Gaylon also works an Associate at the Georgia Tech Research Corporation. At Tech, he counsels professors and researchers on non-disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, and data transfer agreements with industry sponsors. Prior to his legal career, Gaylon has been exposed to various forms of technology while working as a testing engineer NASA and General Motors. He also worked as a systems engineer at Lockheed Martin. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Clayton State University teaching Intellectual Property Law.
B.S. in Mathematics for Morehouse College. (2001)
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech (2001)
M.S. in Mechanical from Georgia Tech (2004)
M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. (2013)
Juris Doctor at Georgia State University with a concentration in Intellectual property law. (2009)
United States Patent and Trademark Office (2007)
Expertise. Intuition. Ingenuity.
COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RELATED SERVICES.
Patentability, Infringement, Validity, and Freedom-to-Operate Opinions
IP Portfolio Management and Analysis
5358 Chippenham Ct.,
Lilburn, GA 30047
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