Timothy Craddock is a member in the firm’s Litigation and Intellectual Property Departments.
Tim Craddock primarily focuses on intellectual property litigation involving a broad variety of technologies including computer chipsets, data communications hardware, software-based appliances and applications, and mechanical devices.
Prior to his legal career, Tim worked as an Engineering Scientist Associate in the Space and Geophysics division of UT Austin’s Applied Research Laboratories developing hardware and software for the maintenance and improvement of the Global Positioning System.
This experience exposed him to a wide variety of engineering issues, providing him with a well-rounded technical background. During his law school tenure, Tim focused on intellectual property law while also competing in advocacy competitions on the local and national level, serving as a member of the Texas Tech Law Review, and interning for the Honorable Judge Robert Junell in the Western District of Texas. Tim earned his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law and holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.