Mark H. Henderson III is an associate patent attorney at Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdey, LLP. He works closely with the firm’s other professionals on a wide range of intellectual property (IP) matters in the courts, the United States Patent &Trademark Office (USPTO), and other government agencies.
Mark has litigation and e-discovery experience from cases involving automotive imports, pharmaceuticals, and wireless networking. Mark enjoys working with clients of all sizes to identify, protect, and commercialize the fruits of their creativity and ingenuity. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications at the USPTO and under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) on behalf of clients worldwide. He has obtained patents for clients in fields including automotive, aerospace, semiconductors, optical systems, imaging and printing, medical devices, energy, oil and gas, consumer products, cosmetics, marine industries, outdoor recreation products, electronics, and software.
While completing his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, Mark was mentored by industry leaders in aerospace and automotive design automation and optimization, with particular emphasis on computer-aided design (CAD) and product lifecycle management (PLM) software development. As a civilian intern with the U.S. Navy, he provided overhaul and calibration support for the fleet’s precision approach and automatic carrier landing radar systems.
Mark is conversational in Mandarin Chinese.
J.D., 2013, George Mason University
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2009, Brigham Young University
Second Major, Chinese Language, 2009, Brigham Young University
Deep Impact Or Business As Usual? An Analysis Of The Potential Effects Of The AIA On Section 337 Investigations, ITCTLA 337 Reporter, Summer Associate Edition 2012, XXXV 337 Reporter 37 (co-authored with Siddharth Narayan; awarded 2012 Summer Associate Edition’s Best Article).
Is It Ever Appropriate to Rely on Patent Prosecution for the Purpose of Domestic Industry?, ITCTLA 337 Reporter, Summer Associate Edition 2011, XXXIV 337 Reporter 36.
Supreme Court of Virginia, 2013
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, 2013
American Bar Association