Gordon Wright focuses on patent litigation, patent prosecution, and proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). He has worked with a variety of technologies in the mechanical and electrical fields, including aerospace, agricultural, home appliance, medical device, and industrial manufacturing.
Gordon has experience in several stages of litigation and USPTO proceedings. Notably, he has assisted in developing infringement and invalidity contentions, drafting motions, and conducting discovery.
While in law school, Gordon completed an externship with the University of Georgia (UGA) Office of Research, where he provided patentability assessments on faculty research and drafted invention summaries used to market university technology to potential licensees. Prior to law school, Gordon worked as a manufacturing engineer for Lockheed Martin, where he led a team of engineers tasked with reducing aircraft production costs through process and tool improvements.
Gordon is dedicated to giving back to his community through his pro bono work. He participated in the UGA Public Interest Practicum, assisting faculty in providing civil legal advice to underprivileged members of the Athens-Clarke County community. At Finnegan, Gordon assists with post-conviction criminal matters, such as juvenile resentencing and compassionate release cases.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gordon Wright