FisherBroyles Adds to IP Group

by Tony Flesor

FisherBroyles announced today the addition of Greg Fettig as a partner and registered patent attorney in the firm’s intellectual property practice group. He is based in the firm’s Denver office.

FisherBroyles is a distributed law firm partnership. Also this month, Kevin Jablonski and Michael Russell joined the firm as partners and registered patent attorneys. They are based in the firm’s Seattle and Washington, D.C., offices, respectively.

Fettig has more than 17 years of legal experience working as both an in-house patent agent and outside patent counsel in patent preparation and prosecution. His experience involves a wide range of technologies, including computer systems, computer software applications, directed energy weapon systems, optical systems, lidar systems, signal processing, communication networks, data storage systems and devices, semiconductor devices and fabrication processes, integrated circuit devices and fabrication processes, production printing systems and print controllers, cable television systems and networks, aerospace, and mechanical devices. He also has experience in other IP areas, including inter partes reviews, non-infringement opinions, patentability searches, freedom-to-operate opinions, trademarks, and IP due diligence.

Prior to joining FisherBroyles, Fettig worked at law firms in Boulder. Most recently, he was a named partner at Duft Bornsen & Fettig. Before his law career, he worked as an electrical engineer for Motorola and General Dynamics in the defense sector. He also is a U.S. Air Force veteran and has provided pro bono legal work to veterans.

Fettig received his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder.