Charlie Hagadorn is a partner in the Seattle office of FisherBroyles, where his practice focuses on patent preparation, prosecution, and counseling. He specializes in mechanical and electrical patent matters, including medical devices, orthodontics, mechanical and electrical systems, 3-D modeling and scanning, consumer products, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and energy technology. Charlie also has experience litigating mechanical, electrical, and software patent cases in federal court. In addition to protecting intellectual property rights, Charlie has experience with investor due diligence and financing.
Charlie’s technology career began at Weyerhaeuser, where he conducted research on regenerated cellulose fibers and worked as a process engineer in power plant systems with a focus on recovery boilers, power boilers, and steam turbine generators. He also served as a hydraulic systems engineer at The Boeing Company, conducting analysis, simulation, and testing of hydraulic systems and controls for the Boeing 787.
Charles Hagadorn III
Georgia State University, College of Law 2010
Georgia Institute of Technology, MS in Mechanical Engineering, 2005
Georgia Institute of Technology, BS in Mechanical Engineering, 2002
Prior Law Firm Experience
Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, & Rosati
Finnegan, Henderson, Garrett, & Dunner