Stacey has served as the firm’s managing partner twice, from 2019-2020 and 2010-2011. Stacey focuses his practice on all aspects of intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
Stacey has extensive experience in patent prosecution in chemical, biotechnology, and mechanical technologies, with a primary emphasis in preparing U.S. and foreign applications related to pharmaceuticals, drug delivery, and vaccines.
Stacey joined Klarquist in 1990 as an associate and became partner in 1998.
J.D., University of Oregon School of Law, 1990
Completed course-work and exams required for M.S. in Organic Chemistry, Oregon State University, 1987
B.A., magna cum laude, Biochemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1984
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1992 (Reg. No. 36,011)
Chemical Life Sciences & Biotechnology Mechanical Electrical & Semiconductors Nanotechnology Agriculture & Food Science
University of Oregon | Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, 1987 – 1990 | Eugene, OR
Oregon State University | Research Assistant, Dr. J.D. White, 1984 – 1987 | Corvallis, OR
Pharmaceutical synthesis; structure determination of protein and natural products; molecular modeling; drug delivery, particularly prodrug synthesis.
University of Colorado | Research Assistant, Dr. David M. Walba, Department of Chemistry, 1982 – 1984 | Boulder, CO
Synthesis, structure determination of natural products, and molecular modeling.
Intellectual Property Executive Committee, Oregon State Bar, 1996 – present
Former Member, Committee 108, Intellectual Property Law Section, ABA 1994 – 2002
Past Chair, Intellectual Property Executive Committee, Oregon State Bar, 2000
Past President, Oregon Patent Law Association, 2002
Perri, S.T., Slater, S.C., Toske, S.G., and White, J.D. (1990). Tandem Photochemical Synthesis of N Amino ß lactams From Pyrazolidin-3-Ones. J. Organic Chem., 55:6037 6047.
Walba, D.M.; Slater, S.C.; Thurmes, W.N.; Clark, N.A.; Handschy, M.A., and Supon, F. (1986). Design and Synthesis of a New Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Family. Liquid Crystals Containing a Non Racemic 2 Alkoxy-1 Propoxy Unit. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 108:5210 5221.
Presented “Synthetic Approaches to Penicillin” at ACS regional meeting, Portland, Oregon, 1986.