Jamie K. Major



Jamie is a patent attorney and licensed professional engineer. Jamie assists clients with developing, enforcing and defending their intellectual property rights through strategic patents. Given her varied technical background, she regularly prepares patent applications for clients in an array of industries, including but not limited to industries regarding medical devices, automotives, LEDs and construction manufacturing technology. Jamie represents and guides inventors and companies with individualized attention through the entire patent application process. She enjoys collaborating with clients to beneficially expand portfolios.

Jamie also assists in matters related to litigation. She works with clients and colleagues to develop an overall litigation strategy and provide litigation counseling. She plays an active role in each stage of litigation including prefiling due diligence, discovery, pre-trial motions and hearings, trial support, and post-trial motions. Jamie is proficient at research and legal writing resulting in successful motions, favorable claim constructions, and successful validity/invalidity and infringement/non-infringement positions. She has also successfully represented applicants before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Previous Work and Industry Experience

Jamie previously participated in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Experience Extern Program where she gained practical, hands-on knowledge regarding the patent decision-making process and was a law intern at the International Trade Commission. She also worked with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for four years as a civil engineer trainee, including working with design, construction and surveying units, and then as an assistant structure control engineer.

Life Beyond Law

Jamie enjoys hiking with family, taking pictures of her little one, and surviving workout classes.




Jamie has experience in an array of industries, including but not limited to:

  • Automotives
  • LEDs
  • Construction manufacturing technology


George Washington School of Law, J.D.

Lehigh University, B.S., Civil Engineering


  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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