Meet The Team
Mark Farrell Mark Farrell

Patent Attorney - Member


Gonzaga School of Law, J.D., Magna cum Laude

Creighton University, BSN, Magna cum Laude

Gonzaga University, Bachelor's, Chemistry, Philosophy, Summa cum Laude

University of Washington (1 year - undergraduate physics and chemistry)

University of Oregon (1 year- undergraduate biochemistry, anatomy & physiology)


2009 - present      Timberline Patent Law Group, PLLC , Spokane, WA

2008 - present      Farrell Patent Law, PC Spokane, WA

2002 - 2008          Lee & Hayes PLLC Spokane, WA

2001 - 2002          Blakeley Sokoloff, LLP Lake Oswego, OR

2000 - 2001          Miller Nash, LLP Portland, OR

Mark has drafted several hundred patent applications for Fortune 100 & 500 companies in: computer software, physics, applied math, electronics, Internet hardware and services, geophysics, molecular biology, computer imaging, video algorithms, business methods, and many other areas. Likewise, Mark has provided services for numerous mid-size companies and individual inventors.


Admitted to practice law in Washington State and Oregon, and Registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

Member of the American Chemical Society (ACS)

Mark's hobbies and interests include running, hiking, biking, science-fiction, RC planes, plumbing, appliance repair, electrical wiring, fruit trees, adoption, and foster-parenting.

Patrick Reed Patrick Reed

Patent Attorney - Member


Gonzaga University School of Law J.D.

CALI award recipient in Patent Prosecution

Gonzaga University, B.S., Electrical Engineering


2011 - present      Timberline Patent Law Group, PLLC, Spokane, WA

2010 - present      Patrick D.S. Reed, PLLC, Spokane, WA

2007 - 2011          Lee & Hayes PLLC Spokane, WA


Admitted to practice law in the State of Washington, and Registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office. Member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

Patrick advises and assists clients on a wide variety of intellectual property issues, including the drafting and prosecution of patent applications and trademarks. His expertise in electrical engineering disciplines includes computer related technologies, software, hardware, and power systems. He also has experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications relating to mechanical and industrial devices and other related technologies.

Prior to practicing law, Patrick worked for over 10 years as an electrical engineer in the areas of software development, electrical power systems, telecommunications, and mining. As an engineer, Patrick gained experience with a variety of different types of technologies, including those in the electrical, mechanical, and computer arts.

Patrick enjoys hiking and biking, and is active in his local community through involvement with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, the local foster parenting association, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).