October 9, 2018
Jeromye V. Sartain
Jeromye Sartain is a Tennessee, California and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office licensed attorney. He received a J.D. with magna cum laude honors and an intellectual property law certificate from Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California in May 2002. Prior to law school, Jeromye worked approximately 5 years in the medical device industry after receiving a B.S. in mechanical engineering with summa cum laude honors from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee in May 1993.
Before joining Lodestone Legal Group in June 2016, Jeromye served for over a decade as the President and managing partner of Mind Law Firm, P.C., an I.P. boutique that he founded in January 2003 having offices in Irvine, California and Franklin, Tennessee, and then upon a merger with One3 IP Management, P.C., in February 2014 he worked as Vice President of Mechanical and Medical Devices until coming to Lodestone.
Jeromye works with independent inventors, start-ups, and small to mid-size companies primarily in the area of intellectual property rights registration and protection. Jeromye’s areas of practice include:
- Utility and design patent applications across a broad range of mechanical arts
- Patent searches and patentability opinions
- Freedom-to-operate and patent infringement and validity studies
- Trademark clearance and applications
- U.S. copyright registrations
- International patent applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty and international trademark applications under the Madrid Protocol
- Drafting a variety of agreements
- Related consultation regarding intellectual property matters
Prior to entering the legal profession, Jeromye worked as an engineer in the medical device industry, ranging from CNC-machined custom prosthetics to high-volume disposable airway management and respiratory therapy products. He handled technical tasks involving product design, injection molding, assembly, and materials technologies as well as managing all engineering and quality functions and overseeing process design, validation, and monitoring per FDA Good Manufacturing Practices.
Jeromye currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife and four children. When not working, he enjoys quality time with his family, including activities such as biking and hiking, swimming, travel, date nights, game nights, and homeschooling.
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (summa cum laude), Christian Brothers University (1993)
J.D. with Certificate in Intellectual Property Law (magna cum laude), Whittier Law School (2002)
All courts of the State of California
All courts of the State of Tennessee
The United States Patent & Trademark Office
The United States District Court for the Central and Southern Districts of California
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
American Bar Association (Intellectual Property Law Section)
American Intellectual Property Law Association