Adam Gianola focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the fields of materials, optics, software, and electronics. Dr. Gianola has drafted and prosecuted patents in a wide variety of technology areas including semiconductor, microelectromechanical, and flexible electronic devices, solar thermal and solar photovoltaic devices, electrochemical cell technologies including thin film batteries, lithium ion batteries, flow batteries, battery health/state of charge evaluation, and battery separators, wireless and network technologies, lasers and optical devices, gas separation materials, polymers, liquid crystal display technologies, oil and gas processing techniques, and water treatment technologies.
Dr. Gianola has over ten years of patent prosecution experience including his time prior to joining the firm. Previously, Dr. Gianola worked as an associate in the Boulder, Colorado office of a national law firm where his practice included patent preparation, strategy and prosecution. During and prior to law school, Dr. Gianola was a patent agent at a boutique IP firm based in Boulder, Colorado, where he handled U.S. and international patent portfolios for independent inventors, start-up companies, research universities, and private and public corporations.
University of Colorado School of Law, J.D. (2013)
University of Colorado, Ph.D., Chemistry (2006)
University of Nevada, B.S., Chemical Engineering, Minor in Computer Science (2000) with distinction
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2007)
American Chemical Society, Member
American Bar Association, Member
Colorado Bar Association, Member
City of Lafayette (Colorado) Waste Reduction Advisory Committee, Chair (2015-2017)
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