Scott B. Strohm’s practice involves all aspects of intellectual property law, including preparation and prosecution of patent applications and related searches with emphasis in the mechanical and computer software arts.
Prior to entering law school, Scott was a plant engineer with Eveready Battery Company for over three and a half years, where he concentrated in machine design and installation.
While in law school, Scott was a member of Order of the Coif and a note and comment editor for the Kansas Law Review.
Patent, Trademark and Copyright Prosecution – Represent a wide range of clients in procuring protection for their intellectual property by drafting and prosecuting applications for patents, trademarks and copyrights.
Infringement and Validity Analysis – Infringement and validity analyses conducted for a number of clients, regarding patents in both mechanical and software arts.
Patent Portfolio Analysis – Analyze and evaluate patent portfolios for potential offensive or defensive use. This work may also include analysis of third-party patents for potential acquisition or licensing.
Intellectual Property Licensing – Conduct national and international licensing negotiations involving all aspects of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and technology know-how.