James Joyce is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and focuses on patent law with technical experience in the electrical, computer, software, and mechanical fields. James provides counsel to clients with all aspects of intellectual property, including the preparation and prosecution of patents and trademarks, patent and trademark portfolio management, and infringement opinions for patents and trademarks.
James has experience in a variety of technological areas including building and control systems, power distribution equipment, lighting equipment, computer networks, bicycle equipment, and communication systems. Representative clients James regularly represents in intellectual property matters include PEAK brand owner Old World Industries; automotive parts manufacturer Asyst Technologies; and Pacific Cycle, manufacturer and distributor of Schwinn, GT, Mongoose, and other brands of bicycles and recreational products.
James received his electrical engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin and graduated from Franklin Pierce Law School, cum laude. Prior to obtaining his law degree, James worked for several years as a field service engineer and a project engineer.
Juris Doctor, Franklin Pierce Law, 2005, cum laude
Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison,1995, Electrical Engineering
Admitted To PracticeWisconsin
United States District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
United States District Court, Western District of Wisconsin
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Professional AssociationsAmerican Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association