The following are representative technologies in which Hoffman Warnick attorneys work along with some of our clients’ patents:
Chemicals and Materials
Polymers; resins; semiconductor fabrication; thermoelectric materials and fabrication.
Computer and Electronics Hardware and Software
Computer architecture, software and hardware; computer control systems; cloud computing; networking; circuitry; internet/business methods; smartphone architecture, software and hardware; printers; data communications; image processing; integrated circuits; artificial intelligence; electro-mechanical and electro-optical systems; internet-of-things; telecommunications equipment.
Electro-Mechanical, Construction and Home Goods
Construction equipment; building structures; building and construction materials; plumbing and electrical equipment; hand tools; power tools; toys; recreational and gaming equipment; jewelry; window coverings; electro-mechanical controls; telecommunications equipment; packaging; clothing; cryo-coolers.
Power generation; light emitting diodes; lighting fixtures; antimicrobial lighting; energy transmission; smart grid technology and controls; turbomachinery and related tools; modeling and control software; solar energy technology; wind energy; energy storage – batteries, ultracapacitors; fuel cells.
Biological sample storage, freezing, and thawing systems; biological testing and analysis systems; tissue engineered models; cell culture media supplements and cell selection methods.
Diagnostic medical equipment; non-invasive medical testing equipment; surgical tools; needle-based medical devices; ablation probes and devices; cryogenic devices; diagnostic equipment; robotic systems for medical testing.
Semiconductor fabrication; materials; chemical processes; semiconductor device structure; nanostructures; micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS); thin films; nanodots; photolithography; thermoelectric materials and fabrication; printer ink materials.
New chemical entities; crystalline polymorphs; metabolites; formulations; synthesis/process improvements; first medical uses; second and subsequent medical uses; dosing regimens; combination administration methods; pharmacogenetics/personalized medicine.
Semiconductor fabrication; materials; chemical processes; semiconductor device structure; nanostructures; micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS); factory automation and robotics; fabrication equipment and controls including deposition and ion implantation equipment.
Paving equipment; material testing and evaluation; automotive suspension systems; road structures.