10224 Hickorywood Hill Ave, Suite 202
Huntersville, NC 28078
Brandon concentrates his practice on patent preparation and prosecution, patent-ability and freedom to practice analysis, and licensing. Brandon began practicing in 2003 and since then has dealt with hundreds of patent applications for clients ranging from Fortune 50 companies to small businesses to individual inventors.
Examples of technologies Brandon has worked with include archery equipment, all-terrain vehicles, computer software, marine drive systems, consumer products, electrical equipment, piping and valving, aircraft seating, aircraft engines, additive manufacturing, sports equipment, internal combustion engines, and power generation and distribution.
Brandon holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University, a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from West Virginia University College of Law. He is admitted to the bars in West Virginia and North Carolina, and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (#53,702).
Prior to attending law school, Brandon worked as an engineer for an engineering, architectural, and management services firm where a large portion of his time was spent on-site in refineries providing various engineering services.
Upon completion of law school, Brandon moved to Charlotte, NC to work for a small intellectual property firm. In 2007, together with his partners Jonathan Hines and Matthew Ladenheim, he co-founded Trego, Hines & Ladenheim, PLLC.
“Brandon Trego was the perfect guy to handle my Arrow Rest Patent. He is an engineer and a West Virginia bow hunter so he knew exactly what I needed. He also wrote the contract for me when I licensed the patent to Bowtech Archery in Eugene, Oregon. The patent has remained strong and has protected my interest in this product for several years. Brandon is diligent, thorough and precise with his efforts to guard my intellectual property. I highly recommend Brandon and this law firm.”
Kevin Yoder, Inventor of the Octane Hostage Capture Rest by Bowtech