Computer Hardware and Electronics

HBW offers a full range of patent-related legal counsel for computer hardware and electronics technologies. Our attorneys and staff are highly valued for their technical ability in these fields, as well as for their practical approach to domestic and international patent portfolio management. We work effectively with inventors, engineers and managers to develop an in-depth understanding of our clients' technology and how it fits into their marketplace. Our computer hardware and electronics experience covers a wide range of fields, including computer architectures, analog and digital electronics, telecommunications, semiconductor fabrication, networking, integrated and bulk optics, image processing, disk and semiconductor storage, digital signal processing, software, and biomedical and nanotechnologies.

The rapidly advancing technology environment of the computer hardware and electronics fields demand that the patent practitioner understand not only the invention to great depth, but also the history and possible future trajectories of the technology field in order to best position a patent to remain relevant well into the future. At HBW, we have drafted patent applications that have become a cornerstone of our clients' business as it grows and develops. Patents covering valuable technological advances have become effective competitive tools for maintaining market share and keeping competitors at bay.

HBW delivers comprehensive legal counsel pertaining to domestic and international patent prosecution, due diligence, design-around efforts, and analysis of competitive patent positions. We conduct IP audits and patent landscape studies, as well as help our clients navigate the challenges of competitive patent portfolios in order to operate freely in our clients' desired marketplace. We are dedicated to maximizing and protecting each client's unique IP assets. Our insightful technological skills, responsiveness and dedication to working within the parameters of each client's commercial objectives allow us to add a powerful legal dimension to their technology advantages while mitigating patent-related risks of a competitive industry.

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