Mr. Spraggins concentrates his practice on the development and enforcement of intellectual property.
Practice & Background
Mr. Spraggins has significant experience in developing and implementing highly customized, client centered patent strategies for organizations of all sizes across a wide range of industries and technologies. Mr. Spraggins has provided counsel to clients on a variety of intellectual property matters including patent portfolio creation and development, strategic counseling, offensive and defensive patent analysis and opinions, technology transactions, and patent licensing and litigation. Mr. Spraggins practices in the technology fields of web-based applications, distributed computing environments, mobile device applications, medical devices, circuit design and fabrication, and computer hardware.
Prior to forming KLS, Mr. Spraggins was a partner at Biggers and Ohanian LLP, an intellectual property boutique specializing in patent development and enforcement. Before that, Mr. Spraggins was a patent attorney at another prominent intellectual property law firm in Austin. In both firms, Mr. Spraggins was responsible for preparing and prosecuting hundreds of patent applications and providing strategic advice and counsel to in house counsel of various corporations.
Mr. Spraggins received his B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and his J.D. from Florida State University, where he was Executive Editor of The Florida State University Business Law Review and a member of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law.