Jamie K. Ellsworth
Jamie Ellsworth is a registered patent attorney whose practice emphasizes complex litigation and intellectual property matters. Her litigation practice includes complex insurance coverage issues, including long-tail insurance claims and time-on-the-risk allocation issues. She also has experience in commercial litigation, including breach of contract and non-compete disputes. Her intellectual practice area concentrates on patent litigation. She also prosecutes and defends trademarks. Her intellectual practice area spans diverse technology areas including medical devices and biotechnology to software.
During Ms. Ellsworth practice, she has handled complex litigation involving multiple parties, millions of documents, and complex legal and scientific issues. She has represented companies in lawsuits involving governmental actions relating to various environmental issues, including pollution and remediation. Through this representation, Ms. Ellsworth gained valuable experience litigating and interpreting federal statutes. She also has experience resolving cases for clients through mediation. Ms. Ellsworth has also handled cases representing individuals and smaller companies in various types of business litigation.
Ms. Ellsworth grew up in the Sun Valley area. She graduated from Wood River High School. She is currently serving as a member of the board of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Idaho State University in Microbiology and received her Juris Doctor from University of San Diego. Ms. Ellsworth has been practicing law for 7 years. Prior to joining Parsons, Behle & Latimer in 2011, Ms. Ellsworth was an attorney with the law firm Zarian, Midgley and Johnson for three years until it merged with Parsons, Behle & Latimer.
University of San Diego, School of Law (J.D., 2008)
Idaho State University (B.S. in microbiology, with honors, 2001)
American Bar Association
J. Reuben Clark Law Society
(2010 - Present)
Idaho Women Lawyers
(2015 - Present)
Ms. Ellsworth is committed to being a mentor in Youth Empowered to Succeed - a group that matches mentors with children placed in the foster care system.
Youth Empowered to Succeed Mentor Program
(July 2009 - Present)
U.S. Dist. Court, Dist. of Idaho
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
U.S. Dist. Court, Eastern Dist. of Washington
U.S. Dist. Court, Western Dist. of Washington