Brok Humbert serves clients in the fields of trademark prosecution and enforcement, copyrights, unfair competition, and licensing. He is an associate in the firm’s Orange County office.
Brok received his law degree from Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School. During law school, he served on the BYU Law Review and as a volunteer in immigration pro bono projects. Prior to law school, he worked as a Spanish instructor while earning his bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
Brok worked as a summer associate at the firm in 2018 before joining it in 2019.
Not a Cowboy Claim Construction, University of Wyoming’s Patent Adequately Defined Claim Term , Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (November 2020)
Claims Covering Human Engineering That Exploits a Naturally-Occurring Phenomenon Are Patent Eligible, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (August 2020)
Finite Methods as a Ground for Obviousness, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (May 2020)
Attorneys and Clients Behaving Badly – Deliberately Withheld Offer for Sale Is Inequitable Conduct , Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (March 2020)
Appointments Clause Challenges After Arthrex Decision Must Have Been Raised in Opening Brief or Preceding Motions, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (November 2019)