Jared B. Scholz


Jared B. Scholz is an associate with Brake Hughes Bellermann LLP. Mr. Scholz’s practice focuses on drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a wide range of technologies including software, business methods, wireless systems and networks, semiconductor devices and circuits, machine learning and artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality technologies, wearable technologies, video coding, liquid crystal devices and displays, computers, and optical systems, as well as other high technology areas. Mr. Scholz also has substantial experience in preparing and prosecuting design patent applications for various jurisdictions.

Prior to joining Brake Hughes Bellermann LLP, Mr. Scholz worked in the Reston, VA office of Harness, Dickey and Pierce PLC. While at Harness, Mr. Scholz practice focused on the preparation and prosecution of US, PCT, and foreign patent applications in the fields of networking, video coding, liquid crystal devices and displays, semiconductor devices and circuits, printers and copiers, automotive technology, as well as other high technology areas. Also, Mr. Scholz provided patent analysis and client counseling including validity opinions.

Prior to working for Harness, Dickey and Pierce, Mr. Scholz worked in the Washington, DC office of McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP, where he focused his practice on patent litigation.

Mr. Scholz earned his J.D, summa cum laude, from Oklahoma City University Law School in 2005. While attending law school in Oklahoma, Mr. Scholz served as law clerk to The Honorable Steve Lile of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, and was a member of the Intellectual Property Student Association. He earned a B.S., cum laude, in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) in 2002. While at UWM, Mr. Scholz worked as a student engineer at Hamilton Sundstrand, testing electrical systems for aircrafts and working in their reliability department.

• Oklahoma City University School of Law, J.D., May 2005
• University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, B.S., Electrical Engineering, May 2002

Bar and Court Admissions:

• District of Columbia
• Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office