Overview

Logan B. Christenson is an IP prosecution attorney working with clients on both international and U.S. patents. His undergraduate and advanced degrees in biological engineering, as well as his research and experience in medical device design, bioreactor and bioprocess design, bioreactor control system programming and design, recombinant microorganism design and related molecular biological techniques, biofuels production, environmental remediation, and wastewater treatment, give him a deep understanding that contributes to his preparation and prosecution of patent applications for clients in the life science, chemical, mechanical, and software arts.

Experience

Experience
  • U.S. and International Prosecution of IP
  • U.S. and International Patent Prosecution
  • Biotechnology, Biochemical, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Life Sciences
  • Mechanical Devices and Mechanical Engineering
  • Medical Devices
  • Computer Software and Hardware

Education

Education
  • J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2014
  • M.S., Biological Engineering, Utah State University, 2011
  • B.S., summa cum laude, Biological Engineering, Utah State University, 2009

Admissions

Admissions
  • Registered Patent Agent, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Utah State Bar

Publications

Publications

Production and harvesting of microalgae for wastewater treatment, biofuels, and bioproducts. Biotechnology Advances (2011); 29(6): 686-702

Rotating algal biofilm reactor and spool harvester for wastewater treatment with biofuels by-products. Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2012); 109(7): 1674-1684

Is combining prior art references intuitive? Another reminder from the Federal Circuit regarding the PTO’s burden in supporting obviousness rejections

  • Using Numerical Ranges to Strengthen your Patent Application

    Many inventions, particularly those in the materials science, chemical, and biotech arts, include features described using numerical ranges. For example:...
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  • Is combining prior art references intuitive? Another reminder from the Federal Circuit regarding the PTO’s burden in supporting obviousness rejections

    In a recent decision, the Federal Circuit has reminded the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that when rejecting claims...
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Kelli Tyree 

Experience

  • 10 years at Workman Nydegger
  • 17 years legal experience

Education

  • IP Paralegal Certificate

Contact Information
Email  ktyree@wnlaw.com
Phone  801-533-9800

Tyler Eller

Experience

  • Patent and Trademark Filings, U.S. and foreign
  • Management of Patent Portfolios

Education

  • B.A., English, University of Utah, 2009

Contact Information
Email  teller@wnlaw.com
Phone  801-533-9800

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