Brad Groff is a shareholder with the Atlanta intellectual property boutique Gardner Groff Greenwald & Villanueva, PC. His practice is primarily devoted to the procurement of patent and trademark rights and counseling clients to avoid IP problems. Brad has been recognized as one of the top attorneys in his practice area, repeatedly selected as a Georgia “Super Lawyer” in intellectual property law, named to Georgia Trend’s “Legal Elite,” and receiving Martindale-Hubbell’s highest “AV” peer-evaluated certification. He has served as Chair of both the Atlanta Bar and State Bar of Georgia Intellectual Property Sections and is active in the Atlanta IP Inn of Court.
Brad is a frequent speaker at professional programs and law schools as well as a mentor to many younger attorneys. Prior to his legal career, Brad was a mechanical engineer in the nuclear materials field. He is a named inventor on two patents and a published author. Brad devotes considerable time and resources to his community, serving in several civic organizations. His pro bono efforts include the legal representation of a faith-based youth leadership organization, trademark work for churches and church programs, and legal work for a clean drinking water initiative in Haiti.