Oklahoma-based law firm Hall Estill announced Wednesday that Gordon Lindeen III has joined as a shareholder in the firm’s Denver location. He will lead Hall Estill’s intellectual property practice in that office. He was previously a shareholder with Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman in Denver.
Lindeen is a patent attorney who assists clients with issues related to IP acquisition and protection. In his 30 years of practice, he has counseled large corporations and start-up companies on developing, building, enforcing and maintaining patent portfolios in the U.S. and abroad. His technical expertise extends to RF and microwave communications, optics, computer chip, design, manufacturing and packaging, among other areas.
“We are excited to welcome Gordon to Hall Estill and our Intellectual Property team. We believe he will be a great representative of our firm,” said Hall Estill Managing Partner Mike Cooke. “The growth of our Denver office continues with the addition of this highly respected Intellectual Property attorney, allowing us to better serve our clients regionally and internationally.”
Gordon received his law degree from California Western School of Law and his bachelor’s degree in general physics and Scandinavian languages from the University of California, Los Angeles.