James Kritsas focuses his practice on patent infringement litigation involving a broad range of technologies, including representing clients in disputes related to medical devices and pharmaceutical products.
James' practice also includes counseling clients on issues related to patentability, validity and infringement of patents. In addition, he has experience preparing opinions concerning patentability of inventions, validity of patents, and freedom-to-operate of products and technologies.
With regard to patent prosecution, James has been deeply involved with technologies in a variety of subjects, such as medical devices and diagnostic instrumentation.
While in law school, James was the conference editor of the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, and served as a judicial extern for Judge Robert M. Dow, Jr., and Magistrate Judge Michael Mason of the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Prior to his legal career, James worked as an engineer for Ambitech Engineering.