Scott Krueger is a registered patent attorney and has been practicing in the Twin Cities since 2011. His practice includes U.S. and international patent procurement in electronics, software, analog and digital circuits, semiconductor devices, power systems, mechanical devices, and aerospace systems, as well as infringement and validity counseling, freedom-to-operate studies, and portfolio management. Prior to his legal career, Scott worked as a Component Design Engineer at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon. While at Intel, Scott worked on memory management for the original core i7 microprocessors. Scott was in charge of, among other things, programming simulated test environments, validating functionality of memory management, and drafting extensive test plans.
University of Wisconsin – Madison
B.S. Computer Engineering, 2005
“Limelight Networks v. Akamai Technologies – Supreme Court Review of Divided Infringement,” Intellectual Property: Advanced Topics for Businesses in a Changing Legal Landscape, 2014
Co-author, Patent Freedom to Operate Searches, Opinions, Techniques, and Studies (ABA, 2017)
Former contributing author and editor through 2018, Intellectual Property Law for Business Lawyers (Thomson Reuters, annual)