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Sarah Koniewicz

Of Counsel

1800 Broadway, Suite 300, Boulder, CO 80302

Sarah prepares and prosecutes U.S. and international patent applications in the electronics and computer fields, and has worked extensively with standards-setting clients, including telecommunications, aerospace, integrated circuits, computers, and other high-tech companies.

She also counsels clients on patent portfolio development and management.

Sarah brings a keen interest in technological advancements, and works hard to draft the best patent application to protect her clients’ IP rights.

Previously, Sarah prosecuted patents at two IP boutique firms in Minnesota, and before becoming a patent attorney, conducted research on the giant magnetoresistive (GMR) effect and memory applications and spintronics.


Preparation and Prosecution
  • Domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution
  • Standards-related patents
Opinions and Counseling
  • Patent infringement and validity analysis
  • Non-infringement/invalidity opinions
  • Product design counseling
  • Assessing patent value

Electrical/Electronic/Computer Science
Wireless telecommunications, standards-based technologies, control systems, communication systems, networks, near field communications, data compression, semiconductor devices and fabrication, integrated circuits, data storage, mobile devices, sensors, video coding and compression, and 3D video

Other Technologies
Avionics, optics, nanotechnology, medical devices


Bar Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member
  • Community Volunteer, Lyons, CO
  • Pro Bono Attorney, The Advocates for Human Rights, Minneapolis, MN
  • American Alpine Club, Regional editor

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