Vivian Sandoval focuses her practice on intellectual property, including patent counseling, patent prosecution, and litigation.
My practice is focused on acquiring, protecting, and defending clients’ intellectual property rights across a variety of technologies. I utilize my experience as a product development engineer at Illinois Tool Works, where I focused on developing mechanical systems for data acquisition in the testing of new products and the general design and manufacturability of new devices. I also utilize my experience conducting freedom to operate analyses with startups in the biomedical and mechanical device space to strategically acquire patents.
Leveraging my background and prior work experience, I am able to assist domestic and international companies, as well as clients ranging from individuals to large entities on intellectual property counseling, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. I represent and advise clients on the prosecution and enforcement of their patents and intellectual property in various areas of biomedical, mechanical, electrical, and software-related technologies and industries.
As technology evolves, I anticipate domestic and international laws needing to adapt. I believe clients, especially those in the global market, will place more emphasis on creative strategies to protect their innovations.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., Executive Production Editor, Hastings Business Law Journal
University of Illinois at Chicago, B.S., Bioengineering