Energy

Knobbe Martens understands that the energy sector is technologically diverse and quickly evolving.  As such, the Energy Group is a natural fit to help safeguard energy sector products and innovations that touch upon nearly all areas of science and industry. With most of our Energy Group attorneys and scientists having advanced degrees or industry experience, we are able to rapidly understand and protect our clients’ technologies in the multifaceted and interdisciplinary space of the energy sector. Combining our technical expertise with over 50 years of legal experience, Knobbe Martens provides all sizes of clients with a full arsenal of IP services, including managing domestic and international patent portfolios, providing opinions, conducting IP diligences, guidance through post-grant proceedings, and the entire array of district and appellate court litigation expertise.

Our attorneys have experience in all areas of Energy, including:

Oil & Gas

Hydropower

Biofuels

Nuclear Power

Energy Efficient Technologies

Batteries

Mining Technology

Electrical Engineering

Nanotechnology

Chemistry

Coatings

Plastics

Solar Power

Wind Power

Geothermal Energy

Clean Technology

Energy Conservation

Fuel Cells

Sensor Technology

Artificial Intelligence

Metallurgy

Chemical Engineering

Polymers

Integrated Circuits & Systems

Representative Engagements

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

Cenovus Energy

Grundfos A/S

Hexagon Agility

Hexagon Purus 

Oryxe Energy International

SPM Instrument AB

Stora Enso Oyj

TotalEnergies SE

6K Inc.

 

Knobbe Martens is pleased to announce that four partners have been recognized for their high-caliber IP work in Intellectual Asset Management’s (IAM) newly released 2021 edition of the IAM Strategy...
Knobbe Martens is pleased to announce that The Best Lawyers in America© has named 13 of the firm’s partners to its 2022 edition and recognized 24 additional attorneys in its “Ones to Watch” category...
Partners Mauricio Uribe, David Schmidt and Vlad Teplitskiy presented a webinar focused on strategic considerations in controlling speed of prosecution in USPTO. View live presentation: Video Link...