Bret Tingey’s practice is focused on patent preparation and prosecution for inventors in mechanical and electrical technology fields.  More specifically, Bret’s experience includes working with RF filters, semiconductor chips, image editing software, software productivity tools, power efficiency software, VR and AR imaging software and hardware, batteries, solar energy systems, medical devices, carbon nanotube technologies, and acoustics.

While completing his degree in applied physics, Bret researched and developed fabrication systems for manufacturing carbon nanotubes.  Bret also researched applications of carbon nanotubes in high-efficiency batteries.

Upon graduation from law school, Bret began his legal career with a specialty in IP litigation.  While performing litigation, Bret was able to participate in writing memos and briefs, including those for submission to the United States Supreme Court.  While he now primarily focuses on patent preparation and prosecution, Bret applies his litigation experience to every patent that he drafts or prosecutes.




Phone: 571-432-0800

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J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University
(J.D., cum laude, Dean’s list) – 2013

Brigham Young University
(B.S. Applied Physics) – 2010


United States Patent and Trademark Office


Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)
Utah Bar Intellectual Property Section
Utah Bar Litigation Section