Craig advises clients on how to best protect and exploit their valuable intellectual property, whether through patent, trademark, or copyright. In addition, he drafts and guides clients’ patent and trademark applications through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as well as international patent and trademark offices. Craig also advises and participates in complex patent, trademark and licensing litigation.
Craig's experience includes the area of mechanical and electromechanical technology in the areas of oil and gas exploration and processing, aerospace, automotive, construction equipment and heavy machinery, sporting goods, medical devices, semiconductors and semiconductor packaging.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Craig spent several years working for Schlumberger Oilfield Services as a field engineer on projects in Bolivia, Barbados and the Gulf of Mexico. He also has practical engineering experience earned with GE Medical Systems and Johnson Controls’ Automotive Systems Group.
Brinks Gilson & Lione, Salt Lake City, Utah
Counsel, July 2011-Present
Holme Roberts & Owen, Salt Lake City, Utah
Senior Associate, 2006-2011
Trask Britt, Salt Lake City, Utah
Associate and Summer Associate, 2004-2006
Schlumberger, Ltd., Lafayette, Louisiana
Drilling Services/PERFORM Engineer, 1998-2002
GE Medical Systems, Waukesha Wisconsin
Manufacturing Engineer Intern, 1997
Johnson Controls, Inc., Plymouth, Michigan
Test Engineer Intern, 1995-1996
The Supreme Court has agreed to review the Federal Circuit’s decision in VE Holding Corp. v. Johnson Gas Appliance Co...
Craig Buschmann and Linda Nattler present, “Diving into the (Patent) Pool & Specification and Claim Drafting to Avoid Indefiniteness.” ...
"Diving into the (Patent) Pool—A Comparative Review of Automakers' Licensing Strategies," Speaker, Brinks Gilson & Lione Webinar, August 23, 2016
CHICAGO—Craig Buschmann and Gerlinde (Linda) Nattler, attorneys at intellectual property law firm Brinks Gilson...
On August 23, at 12:00 PM (CST) Craig Buschmann and Linda Nattler will be speaking at ...