Mr. Lembke represents clients in diverse matters involving intellectual property (IP) rights, with emphasis on patent preparation, prosecution, and enforcement and IP due diligence support of transactions. In his practice, he works with a wide range of technologies including: mechanical and electrical devices and systems; computer software and hardware including disk drive design, semiconductor device fabrication, data storage management, and electronic commerce optimization; digital network and wireless communication devices, networks, and processes; medical devices; optics including lens and laser technologies; material fabrication processes including fabrication of semiconductor devices, energy and renewable energy systems and processes, and environmental remediation technologies. Prior to law school, Mr. Lembke worked as a design and plant engineer at nuclear power facilities giving him significant practical mechanical, electrical, and environmental engineering experience, and he has been a registered professional engineer for more than 15 years.
Statement of Practice:
Intellectual Property Law including patent and trademark prosecution and opinions, litigation support, licensing, and IP due diligence.
Admitted to bar:
Registered to practice before U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
University of North Dakota (B.S.M.E. with computer science minor, 1987), with honors
Member of Tau Beta Pi honor society; University of Colorado (J.D. 1997), order of coif