Sheridan Ross announced the addition of John David Damron as an associate in the firm’s Denver office.
Damron serves clients in all aspects of patent prosecution ranging from patent applications to freedom-to-operate opinions. In addition, he has experience in research, legal and consulting services.
Prior to joining Sheridan Ross, Damron served as an International Anti-Corruption Compliance Coordinator for Walmart where he managed due diligence in complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. As a part of that work, Damron helped develop the metrics for anti-corruption compliance across 27 countries.
With a bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arkansas, he also earned his law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Founded in 1954, Sheridan Ross is the oldest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region and has grown to include 44 attorneys and three patent agents. With advanced degrees and work experience in technical fields including computer software, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, mathematics, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics and aeronautics – the firm’s professionals are also engineers, researchers, rocket scientists and more who work with clients from virtually every industry and technology to deliver relevant, cost-effective solutions to a broad range of IP legal needs.