Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
J.D. Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR
Environmental Law Review
Bar AdmissionsOregon State Bar
Admitted to Patent Bar with the USPTO
USPTO Registration # 56,573
Wes is a Senior Associate with the firm. His practice focuses on patent related matters including patent preparation and prosecution. He has particular experience in performing due diligence analysis for patent transactions, providing legal reviews of infringement assertions in preparation for licensing and litigation activities, and supporting portfolio management including targeted patent prosecution.
Wes’s technical experience includes the fields of consumer electronics, software, hardware, semiconductor process, device and packaging, and wireless.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Wes was a physical design verification engineer for Intel Corporation with responsibilities as manager for post silicon physical design verification of processors.
Getting to Here: Bioregional Federalism, 40 Envtl. L. 713 (2010) (discussing self-organizing environmental policy).
American Solvency: One Constitutional Amendment To Permanently Fix Much Of What Is Broken In American Government, by Wes Nicholson,Published by Squaring The Circle LLC (January 4, 2013. This book describes a non-partisan Constitutional Amendment that would ensure that federal budgets are balanced by default, and would thereby safeguard American solvency.