Bradley's Andrew Tuggle Admitted as Registered Patent Attorney
Bradley is pleased to announce that Andrew Tuggle, an associate in the firm’s Huntsville office, has been admitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as a registered patent attorney. The firm now has 22 attorneys who are registered with the patent bar.
The USPTO is the federal agency for granting U.S. patents and registering trademarks and acts as a mechanism to protect new ideas and investments in innovation and technological progress.
“Andrew is an exceptional attorney with a deep understanding of the policies regarding intellectual property and we are proud of his accomplishment,” said Bradley Huntsville Office Managing Partner Frank M. Caprio.
Mr. Tuggle focuses his practice on technology and intellectual property law, helping clients protect their innovations and comply with laws about data and technology through patents, trademarks and trade secrets. Prior to law school, he worked for a large, multinational hardware manufacturer, for a small engineering-design startup, and in academic DARPA-and-G8-funded research, giving him a strong technical background and unique insight into laws regarding cybersecurity, data privacy, digital assets, and exports.