Scott Gray

Shareholder in St. Louis, MO

Scott is a prominent and accomplished Intellectual Property attorney counseling clients in patents, trademarks and copyright matters utilizing a unique skill set comprising 8 years of practical experience as an engineer and 19 years as an intellectual property attorney. Scott focuses his practice on patent drafting and prosecuting and trademark registration.  Scott also has experience in copyright registration and rendering novelty/infringement/freedom to practice opinions.  Scott has vast experience and is well versed in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a broad range of technical arts including, but not limited to, the mechanical, electro-mechanical, electrical and communications systems arts.  Scott received a BS in electrical from the University of Missouri, Columbia and started his professional engineering career immediately thereafter with the St. Louis firm of Coin Acceptors, Inc.  While working full time as an engineer, Scott attended St. Louis University School of Law at night where he earned is JD degree.

Scott is a member of the American Bar Association, the Missouri Bar Association, and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.  Scott devotes his free time to his family, volunteering as a youth softball and basketball coach, attend sporting events, participate in sporting activities, exercising, serving in various capacities with his church and various charitable organizations, and reading for leisure enjoyment. He is also extensively involved with professional and community organizations.