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Jeff Crook is a member of Winstead's Intellectual Property Practice Group. He is a registered patent attorney where his practice focuses on U.S. and foreign patent preparation and prosecution, patent litigation support, and client counseling. 

Jeff has experience in all stages of patent procurement including disclosure analysis, preparation, prosecution, and appeals before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. He has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in subject matter areas such as kitchen and bath hardware, medical devices, automobile control systems, mobile application software, exercise equipment, water control structures, geofencing systems, pet products, oilfield systems and tools, dental equipment and novelty devices.

Prior to joining Winstead, Jeff was an associate at a Dallas law firm. Prior to law Jeff worked as an information technology project management consultant where duties involved developing project management methodologies, software implementations, and training as well as technical resource outsourcing, account management, and issue tracking.

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