Bradley Valenzo drafts and prosecutes patents and patent applications before the USPTO. He also drafts responses and coordinates with foreign legal counsel for prosecution in Europe, Japan, Korea, China and other foreign patent offices. Brad provides support for patent litigation, including non-infringement and invalidity analysis. He also contributes on country of origin determinations for trade compliance matters.

Brad’s technical background in patent work includes wireless networks (802.11ac/ah/ax, LTE, UMTS), network switching and packet processors, digital imaging devices and lens systems, fiber optics and wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) devices, vehicle seats and sensors, micro-electro-mechanical systems, inertial navigation systems, global positioning system, software and mobile applications, user interfaces, and electrical, mechanical, and biomedical devices.

Brad came to the firm as a patent agent while earning his law degree.

Personal Interests

  • Cycling (road, gravel, and cross-country)
  • Playing electric guitar
  • Non-fiction books about technology, its history and how things work
  • Building personal computers


Bar Admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


The John Marshall Law School
J.D. Certificate in Intellectual Property Law (2015)

Purdue University
B.S. in Computer Engineering (2001)

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

Brad assists clients with family law cases through the firm’s partnership with Chicago Volunteer Legal Services.

Professional Associations

  • American Intellectual Property Law Association
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