Art Gasey received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1989 and graduated Magna Cum Laude from John Marshall Law School in 1992. Art was a staff editor for the John Marshall Law Review and was a winner of the Giles S. Rich National Moot Court Competition for Patent Law in 1992.
Over 25 years of practice, Art has litigated a number of patent, trade secret, and copyright cases, both as lead counsel and second chair. Art was heavily involved in winning a $48 million jury verdict in the trial of a trade secret/patent infringement case in Detroit. In addition, Art achieved a $2.9 million settlement with a radio scanner manufacturer and its distributor at trial in Chicago. Art also won summary judgment of non-infringement in another Chicago lawsuit holding that their client did not infringe a patent on a computer programmable pharmaceutical compounder.