Jeffery Hallstrom is a partner in the firm’s Orange County office. Mr. Hallstrom’s practice focuses on IP strategy and patent prosecution in the fields of optical systems, medical imaging systems, fluid dynamics, electronic control systems, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), displays, mobile device accessories, semiconductor fabrication, medical connectors, medical devices, sporting equipment, power boats, automotive components, 3D viewings and imaging systems, eyewear and lenses, antennas, communications systems, and consumer products.
During law school, Mr. Hallstrom was a member of the BYU Law Review and was a co-president of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Hallstrom developed a program for using a genetic algorithm to optimize the design of multilayer thin film mirrors.
Mr. Hallstrom joined the firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2014.
Brigham Young University – J. Reuben Clark Jr. Law School, J.D.
Brigham Young University, B.S., Applied Physics, Emphasis in Computer Science, Minor in Mathematics
State Bar of California
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Chemical, Industrial & Materials
Cellular Networking & Communications
Fiber Optic Networks
Consumer Products & Services
Sporting Goods & Recreation
Electrical, Semiconductor & Computer Technology
Electronics & Semiconductors
Healthcare Information Technology
Software & IT
Fashion & Beauty
Medical Devices & Procedures
Drug Eluting & Drug Delivery Devices
Ear, Nose, & Throat
Glucose Monitoring & Insulin Infusion
Medical Informatics & Software Systems
Ophthalmology & Eye Care
Transportation & Vehicles
Automotive Transportation & Powersports
Electronics (Audio / Video, Communication, Navigation, Security)
Global Portfolio Management
Inter Partes Review (IPR)
IP Transactions and Agreements
Patent Strategy & Prosecution
PostGrant Review (PGR)
U.S. Patent Prosecution