Bradley Gary Jubber


Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Brad Jubber is an associate with the firm’s intellectual property department. Mr. Jubber focuses his practice on patent prosecution and intellectual property litigation. 

Prior to joining Taylor English, Mr. Jubber served as a patent examining attorney for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has extensive professional experience helping clients obtain patents both as an attorney and previously as an engineer. He has a demonstrated history of working in a wide range of engineering industries, including mechanical, medical, electrical, aviation, and aerospace. Mr. Jubber has both legal and engineering experience in medical devices, mining, tooling, composites, modeling, stress analysis, and research and development. 

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Jubber served as a lead stress analyst and MRB liaison engineer for Boeing Commercial Airlines (BCA) and Boeing Test & Evaluation (BT&E). He also gained firsthand experience as an MRB stress analyst at United Technologies Corporation.

Mr. Jubber holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University and is seeking a BS in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. He received his MS in Medical Engineering from the University of Washington and earned his JD from the University of San Diego School of Law. Outside of the office, Mr. Jubber enjoys ice hockey, equestrianism, baseball, and camping with his wife, two children, and two dogs.

Practice Areas

  • Intellectual Property – Patent
  • Intellectual Property – Trademark
  • IP Litigation


  • University of San Diego School of Law, JD, 2017
  • University of Washington, MS, Medical Engineering, 2009
  • Brigham Young University, BS, Mechanical Engineering, 2005
  • Seeking Arizona State University, BS, Electrical Engineering, 2023

Bar Admissions

  • Utah
  • Wisconsin


Brad Jubber Published an Intellectual Property Article in the Know Your Legal Rights Column of the State Bar of Wisconsin

May 25th, 2023

I’m excited to announce that I authored the article “Intellectual Property Rights for Emerging Businesses” for the State Bar of…

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