R. Reams Goodloe, Jr.
Reams Goodloe founded the firm in 1990, and remains its principal attorney. His extensive practice includes experience in various aspects of intellectual property law. In particular, he handles patent, trademark, and copyright matters, in-bound and out-bound intellectual property license agreements, and assists clients in management of patent portfolios in the US and around the world. Additionally, he has developed a speciality which includes assisting clients in the sale or licensing of complex equipment, both in the US and internationally, especially in the electrical power generation, oil production, and high purity water treatment for many industries, including desalination and semi-conductor manufacturing.
He is licensed to practice law in the state and Federal courts in Washington State, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and before the US Patent and Trademark Office. Prior to being called to the bar, Mr. Goodloe sold heating, air conditioning, heat transfer equipment, and related power equipment such as boilers and incinerators, as well as specialy chemicals, and specialized water treatment equipment. He is also a private pilot and holds an instrument rating.
Mr. Goodloe received his chemical engineering degree from Vanderbilt University (1972) in Nashville, Tennessee, and his law degree from the University of Puget Sound (1983), now the Seattle University School of Law.