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Admitted to Practice

  • Washington
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Barry L. Davison, Ph.D.

Barry Davison, Ph.D., provides patent preparation and prosecution services, in domestic and foreign patents, primarily for clients in the biotechnology, biomedical, software, and life sciences industries, and including patent related licensing, due diligence, portfolio management, and legal opinions. He focuses particularly on patent drafting, procurement management in biotechnology in the areas of molecular biology, nucleic acids, small molecule (pharmaceuticals), DNA, genomics and epigenomics, transgenics, immunology, biochemistry, bioassays, chemistry, materials science, and medical devices.

Representative Experience

Investment-related IP Due Diligence for Kurve Technology, Inc.

Coordinating IP due diligence responses to Investor’s IP due diligence team for multiple private investment rounds and coordinate strategic IP due diligence investigations. (Ongoing)

Investment-related IP Due Diligence for Revalesio, Corp.

Coordinating IP due diligence responses to Investor's IP due diligence team for three private investment rounds and coordinate strategic IP due diligence investigations. (Ongoing)

IP Due Diligence for Sloan Capital Companies, LLC

Conducting two rounds of IP due diligence for investment into medical device startup. (Ongoing)

Patent services for Revalesio, Corp., Tacoma, Wa.

Managing, drafting and procuring patent portfolio of over 250 foreign and domestic applications relating to biotechnology and nanotechnology, along with transactions relating to consulting agreements, sponsored research agreements, license agreements, etc., IP-related legal analysis and opinions. (Ongoing)

Patent services for University of Arizona

Providing patent drafting and procurement services to UA since 2008, which currently covers 14 different patent families. (Ongoing)

Patent services for University of Southern California

Procuring patents relating to biotechnology, nucleic acids, immunology, and small molecule therapeutics. (Ongoing)

Patent services for Washington State University

Prepared and prosecuted patents involving nanotechnology related to chemistry, proteins, nucleic acids, small molecule therapeutics, materials science, agriculture (plants and animals), microtransducers, thermal switches and nanotechnology (nanowires and nanomats). (Ongoing)

Investment for Alaska Permanent Fund

Represented (intellectual property due diligence) Alaska Permanent Fund in $120 million Series A Preferred Stock financing of Juno Therapeutics. (2013)

Additional Qualifications

  • Past Director, Molecular Immunology/Transgenics Department, Immunex Corporation
  • Prior Consultant, biotech and biomed patent prosecution and strategic analysis
  • Clerk, Washington State Office of the Attorney General

Professional & Community Activities

  • Washington State Patent Law Association
  • American Bar Association
  • American Intellectual Property Association
  • American Chemical Society
  • Predoctoral Fellow, Jan Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Medical Research, Strasbourg, France
  • Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Health