Overview


Gaylon C. Hollis focuses his practice on patent prosecution and litigation in domestic and foreign jurisdictions. He also handles trademark application searches, filings and prosecution.

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Community


  • Atlanta Intellectual Property Inn of Court, member

Credentials


Education
Georgia State University School of Law, JD, 2009
Georgia Institute of Technology
– MS, electrical engineering, 2013
– MS, mechanical engineering, 2004
– BS, mechanical engineering, high honor, 2001
Morehouse College, BS, mathematics, magna cum laude, 2001

Admissions
Georgia

Courts/Agencies
US Patent and Trademark Office
Supreme Court of Georgia
US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia