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As business evolves through a second industrial revolution—this one to smart factories, AI and next-level technology— industrial intellectual property has become more complex—and more critical.

Beyond the competitive need to innovate, industrial companies navigate challenges like supply chain shortages and sustainability demands with a creativity that sparks new designs, products and methods—all of which must be secured.

Industrial companies in a variety of verticals turn to Erise for practical, effective IP protection. Our client roster comprises leaders in engineering, defense, utility, telecommunications, transportation, food processing and more.

Erise’s lean staffing philosophy—to match experienced legal talent with scientific and technical advisors—is a critical success factor for industrial IP law, which demands the integration of many different technical specialties, from mechanical to electrical to software. By combining legal and technical acumen, and drilling down into our clients’ business objectives, we provide strategic counsel through every phase of operations.

Representative Matters

Utility Equipment
Erise lawyers have represented a leading provider of products and services to the electric utility, telecommunications and contractor markets for more than 20 years, providing patent preparation and prosecution; infringement and invalidity analyses; and general IP advice, including counsel on complex transactional agreements.
Defense Contractor
Erise provides patent prosecution and preparation services to a contractor with the National Nuclear Security Administration. The company provides electrical, mechanical, and engineered material components for national defense systems, supporting government agencies, national laboratories, universities and U.S. industry.
Engineering Leader
Erise manages the portfolio of trademarks and IP assets for a global engineering leader in defense technologies, energy, homeland security, aerospace and manufacturing. Erise performs training on trademarks, instructing key in-house contacts on how to properly use trademarked terms, how to successfully develop new product names, and more.
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