Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Our Electronics & Electrical Engineering extensive experience spans from consumer electronics products to nuclear energy generation, microelectronics and computer-implemented inventions.

Our Electronics & Electrical Engineering group includes attorneys with varied professional and academic backgrounds in this field. We enjoy a strong international reputation and our experience, gained at companies including EDF Energy and IBM, spans from consumer electronics products and electrical engineering to nuclear energy generation, transmission and distribution, microelectronics and computer-implemented inventions. We handle instrumentation for measuring electromagnetic wave propagation, optical transmission and absorption, paramagnetism, nuclear radiation and material properties.

Some of the technologies we have recently advised on include:

  • Consumer electronics
  • Semiconductors
  • Electromagnetic sensors
  • Smart metering
  • Electric motors
  • Fuel cells
  • Security systems
  • Control systems and instrumentation

Our clients include:

  • Allegro Microsystems, LLC
  • Nuance Communications, Inc.
  • Globalfoundries, Inc.
  • Bosch
  • Secure Meters Limited
  • Tyco International
  • Servomex Group Limited

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