Jeremy L.  Hargis

Jeremy L. Hargis


Jeremy L. Hargis

  • Biography


    Jeremy Hargis is a Vice President at Robert Bosch LLC, and Regional Chief of Intellectual Property for the Bosch Group in North America. The Bosch Group operates across four business sectors: Consumer Goods, Energy and Building Technologies, Industrial Technologies, and Mobility Solutions, in which it is one of the world’s largest suppliers of automotive components. Here at Wayne Law, he instructs courses related to intellectual property and patent law.

    Hargis holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Western Michigan University and Wayne State University, respectively, is a Professional Engineer with the State of Michigan (lapsed), enjoyed a career in automotive engineering for just under a decade before earning his law degree, and is still an active member in the Engineering Society of Detroit. While in the evening section at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School, he was a professional patent searcher followed by being a full-time law clerk at a boutique IP firm. Hargis has both private practice and in-house counsel experience, is a Licensed Michigan Attorney, and a Registered Patent Attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in which he has drafted, filed, and prosecuted patent and trademark applications. Hargis also has experience in the contractual and transactional documents surrounding the identification, protecting, assignment, and licensing of IP rights.





  • Degrees and Certifications

    B.S., Western Michigan University
    M.S., Wayne State University
    J.D., University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

  • Courses Taught
    Introduction to Contemporary Patent Law Patent Prosecution
  • Courses taught by Jeremy L. Hargis