Jordan J. Pringle is a partner with McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP. Mr. Pringle’s practice covers many areas of intellectual property law, including patent and trademark litigation, counseling, and prosecution. He specializes in the areas of patent prosecution and counseling regarding medical devices, equipment, and methods of use including insulin injectors, stents, stent deployment devices, guidewires, occluders, drug infusion balloons, catheters, coronary filters, neurovascular surgical devices, bone implants, surgical equipment, and physical therapy devices. He also works in the fields of mechanical, electrical, and telecommunications technology. His patent litigation experience spans an array of technologies, including blow molding equipment, foot sole inserts, medical devices, and telecommunications products. Mr. Pringle also provides technological advice in support of freedom to operate, validity, non-infringement, and patentability analyses for a wide range of technologies, with a particular interest in the field of medical devices.
Mr. Pringle also maintains an active trademark prosecution practice, preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign trademark applications on behalf of clients worldwide.
Prior to joining MBHB, Mr. Pringle was employed at a patent licensing company where he studied and dissected patent claims to search for potential infringement, constructed claim charts for ongoing litigation, and drafted assignments and exclusive licensing agreements.
Away from work, Mr. Pringle can usually be found at the hockey rink, on the golf course, or enjoying time with his wife and son.