IP Matters Posts by Justin

What Next?

You don’t want to contact a tool company directly and tell them about your great idea without having some protections in place. Sometimes a non-disclosure agreement can be effective for making an initial disclosure of your invention to another party.

Using Design Patents for Cannabis Products

There are a number of means to protect cannabis-related intellectual property.

Is Your Ownership Agreement Fair to Everyone?

There are a lot of factors that must be considered when creating an ownership arrangement.

Going Global – 5 Issues to Consider

Whether your company is expanding its operations abroad or planning growth within the United States, obtaining IP legal counsel well in advance is a wise move. 

Patent Basics Guide

Peacock Law is often at the forefront of disruptive technologies. One such technology is blockchain, which with proper intellectual property strategy, can generate incredible value. Who knows how this technology will change the world.

Justin R. Jackson

Justin Jackson is a Registered Patent Attorney, practicing in the areas of intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets) with the firm of Peacock Law P.C. since 2003. Prior to practicing as a patent attorney, Justin worked in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at Oklahoma State University and is a member of the firm’s Aerospace and Outer Space Practice Group. He grew up in the country and spent his childhood welding, bolting, and hot-gluing various inventions together in the shop. Because of that upbringing and his continual tinkering, he is more familiar than most attorneys with the tools, fasteners, and lingo that inventors typically use in building and describing their inventions. Justin received his Juris Doctorate from the University of New Mexico School of Law and his B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology from Oklahoma State University. He has testified as an expert witness for intellectual property matters in court proceedings.

Justin has represented clients from all backgrounds, including independent inventors, major universities, government agencies, federal laboratories, venture capitalists, and companies of all sizes, from start-ups to large corporations. His work with these clients has been in diverse areas of science and technology, including aerospace, outer space, mechanical engineering, materials science, optics, electronics, computer software, and chemical engineering. His practice focuses on all phases of intellectual property protection, licensing and commercialization, general business law, and enforcement.


University of New Mexico, J.D., 2005
Oklahoma State University, B.S., 2001, Electrical Engineering Technology

Selected Work Experience:

Peacock Law P.C., Albuquerque, NM
Registered Patent Attorney, September 2005-present

Drafting and prosecuting patent, trademark, and copyright applications; patentability opinions; infringement analysis and litigation; cybersquatting.

Peacock Law P.C., Albuquerque, NM
Law Clerk, May 2003- August 2005

Oklahoma State University Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Stillwater, OK
Electronics Technician, September 2000-May 2002

Designing and building projects and electrical circuits for labs, as well as assisting in design, construction, and repair of projects and equipment for graduate research; assisting students with design problems.



  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Registered Patent Attorney, No. 60,353
  • Attorney, Licensed in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado and Washington D.C.
  • Member of New Mexico Federal Courts
  • Member of all three Oklahoma Federal Courts
  • Member of Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • Member of 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

Honors & Activities:

  • Awarded by Martindale-Hubbell for Client Distinction
  • Technology Ventures Corporate Advisor


  • Bonsai Trees
  • Rappelling
  • Mountain biking
  • Playing Guitar and Singing

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