Lynne advises clients on patent preparation, application, prosecution, and strategy in many aspects of the technology sector including computer software and hardware, machine learning, virtual and augmented reality, electromechanical devices, circuit design, computer architecture, computer networking, signal processing, and computer security.
Prior to joining Fenwick, Lynne was an associate at a boutique intellectual property law firm.
While earning her master’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Rochester, Lynne’s research was focused on integrated circuit design. She also has an in-depth knowledge of signal processing, analog circuit design, computer architecture, operating systems, and computer programming. During law school, Lynne served as a senior editor for IDEA – The Journal of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property.