Michael J. Frodsham draws upon his background in biochemistry and his previous career as a genetic sequence analyst at Myriad Genetics to assist his clients in drafting and prosecuting patents in computer software, architectural, chemical, and medical arts, as well as the preparation and prosecution of patents, trademark and copyright applications. Additionally, Michael prepares patent opinions, due diligence analysis, and competitive guidance. Michael also assists in litigation support in the U.S. and internationally for clients ranging from single inventors and medium size companies to Fortune 500 clients. Recent projects have included multiple complex reissue applications in connection with various IPRs at the USPTO.
Michael has given frequent lectures on intellectual property topics at the local colleges and universities, having provided lectures directed to science, engineering, art, and business. Michael has served as a mentor to multiple entrepreneur groups in various competitions.
Michael is active in Business Development and Recruiting, and has served multiple terms on the firm’s Board of Directors.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys working with local youth groups, coaching baseball, and football, and general travel with his family. With a background in music (viola), he enjoys teaching his kids, and playing with them in various local orchestral groups. Michael also enjoys hiking and skiing in the beautiful Wasatch Mountain range.