J.T. Lomenick, a patent attorney in Holland & Hart's Denver office, has been elected Vice President of the Colorado IP Inn of Court by the Inn's Board of Directors for 2021-2022. The thirteenth Inn in the country focused on intellectual property law, the Colorado IP Inn of Court sets out to promote professionalism, ethics, civility, and legal skills in the area of intellectual property law, mentor young lawyers and provide them with experiences they might not otherwise have due to the complexities of IP law, and promote diversity within the intellectual property community in Colorado.
The country's oldest, largest, and fastest growing legal mentorship organization, the American Inns of Court Foundation was spearheaded in the late 1970's by Chief Justice Warren Burger and draws upon the English tradition in which senior judges and lawyers within the local legal community mentor young practitioners.
J.T. has expertise in performing intellectual property portfolio due diligence, forming freedom to operate opinions, business entity formation, and trademark preparation and prosecution. He primarily focuses on drafting and prosecuting patents pertaining to the telecommunications, wireless technology, data storage, trusted computing, cryptography, distributed ledger technology, blockchain, internet and cloud technologies, artificial intelligence, materials, construction technology, and consumer products industries.