Class Action & Mass Tort Litigation Attorney

Blair Clinton’s practice primarily involves a focus on class action and mass tort litigation. Before graduating from Mississippi College School of Law in 2011, Blair completed both a graduate and undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Alabama. As a graduate student, he was involved with the Industrial Assessment Center. In his capacity as lead graduate student at the IAC, Blair conducted over twenty energy audits at manufacturing facilities across the state of Alabama by preparing detailed recommendation and cost reports to help manufacturers improve productivity, reduce waste and save energy. He attributes much of his passion for invention and technological innovation to his experience with the IAC, which he characterizes as the quintessential application of his mechanical engineering education.

Bar Admissions

  • 2011 State Bar of Alabama

Education

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
B.S., Mechanical Engineering - 2006
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
M.S., Mechanical Engineering - 2008
Mississippi College School of Law, 151 E Griffith St, Jackson, MS 39201
J.D. - Juris Doctor - 2011
Legal Resources
The split of opinions for motions to dismiss when pleading indirect infringement in patent cases: Will the complaints stay or might it be forced to go?
February 02, 2018 - Matthew Clinton

Over the last decade, patent law has experienced its share of significant changes.

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