Osterloth, Gregory W.

Utilizing his 25 years of experience, Greg helps clients from venture-backed start-ups to Fortune 500 companies obtain patent applications covering a broad range of technologies and turn their abstract ideas into tangible assets and real revenue.

As of counsel, he brings an in depth understanding of opinions related to non-infringement, validity, patentability and freedom to use. Greg also possesses a wide range of knowledge in a variety of technology areas, including electrical, electronic and computer sciences arts ranging from electro-mechanical device and component design to electronic device, network, semiconductor and wafer manufacture, test and measurement to wireless telecommunications protocols to image processing to memory systems and data storages. He also boasts a swath of work in the automotive industry, including matters related to engines and torque converters. Greg tailors his working style and process to each individual client, providing feedback in a form that’s easily digestible and readily useful to ensure projects are done on time and within budget.

Additionally, he assists clients with establishing in-house invention submission programs, acquiring and divesting large patent portfolios, and streamlining patent-related processes. 

Practices & Industries
Previous Matters
  • Served as worldwide outside counsel IP portfolio manager for a semiconductor and wafer test and measurement company, helping the company to identify, obtain and assess patent protection for internally-developed technologies as well as technologies acquired through company and patent portfolio acquisitions.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 company, helping the company to obtain and assess patent protection for electronic device test measurement equipment, high-speed switches, semiconductor and wafer test and measurement equipment, semiconductor and wafer manufacturing processes, LED and LCD devices and displays, optic components used for cameras and switching, etc.
  • Represented a Fortune 100 company, helping the company to obtain and assess patent protection for electronic device, network and semiconductor test and measurement equipment, printer technologies, image capture and processing technologies, data storage solutions, etc.
  • Assisted various companies, large and small, in establishing processes for invention submission and patent portfolio management.

Member and Past President, Lions Club of Denver

Member and Past President, Denver Lions Foundation

  • J.D., 1991, University of Missouri
  • B.S., 1989, University of Missouri, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi
  • Colorado
  • Missouri, (inactive)
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Denver Bar Association

Colorado Bar Association

Missouri Bar Association

American Bar Association