Speaking the language of the law and the language of engineering and technology with equal fluency, Justin Coe is a patent practitioner who appreciates the smallest nuances as well as the broader implications of the intellectual property assets he helps develop, protect, and monetize.

Justin brings a passion for innovation to his work, along with an innate intellectual curiosity that manifests in his ability to learn and understand the underlying mechanics and technology of his clients’ inventions. This proves invaluable in his interactions with engineers, programmers, and developers and facilitates his effectiveness when preparing and prosecuting robust patent applications or advocating before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and equivalent bodies. He views patents as the business assets they are and can be, always considering how they fit into the broader IP and commercial ecosystems when formulating approaches or strategies. 

An Air Force veteran with extensive experience assisting clients with all aspects of IP rights procurement and counseling, Justin focuses his practice primarily on preparing and prosecuting U.S. and international patent applications covering a wide range of technologies, including semiconductor devices and manufacturing processes, artificial intelligence and machine learning, integrated circuit design and fabrication, analog and digital circuits, imaging hardware, sensors and sensing circuitry, medical devices, and display technologies. Justin’s practice also includes licensing, patent validity and infringement counseling, patent portfolio analysis, and transactional due diligence.

Practice Areas


  • University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2010
  • Portland State University, Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2007


  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Washington State