Brad Crose is a graduate of Purdue University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, focusing on electrical, civil, and industrial engineering disciplines.  He was employed for ten years as an engineer and an information technology manager before attending Regent University School of Law, where he obtained a Juris Doctor degree and a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy, focusing on internet technology policy issues.  He has extensive technical experience in the information technology fields of Internet and messaging technologies, software, and electronic commerce.


          Brad Crose primarily practices in patent and trademark prosecution.  He has prosecuted patent applications in the fields of computer vision, interactive imaging, optical networking, critically-timed video applications, timing recovery, colorless multiplexing, clock and data recovery circuits, network restoration techniques, MEMS mirrors, tunable spectral filters, automotive systems, battery systems, hydrogen storage, impact simulators, gas compression springs, software, cable separators, medical devices, and mechanical devices.

         Brad Crose is a member of the American Intellectual Property Association (AIPLA) and the National Association of Patent Practitioners (NAPP).  He is admitted to practice in the state of Georgia and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.