Scott Kanalakis is a registered patent attorney with experience helping clients in all aspects of intellectual property law. Scott has extensive experience in patent prosecution, including assisting large companies, universities, and start-ups to build high-quality patent portfolios in electrical, mechanical, software, and computer technologies. Scott has been involved in numerous patent litigations, patent infringement investigations, clearance of products, and licensing negotiations. Scott also has significant experience in trademarks, licensing, tech contracts, and due diligence matters.

Scott began his professional career at Intel Corp. where he served as a design engineer and applications engineer. Scott designed multiple desktop computer platforms and contributed to the successful design and launch of Intel’s first 64-bit processor.

Scott graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law where he earned a High Tech Law Certificate. Following graduation, Scott was selected to serve as a commissioned officer and JAG attorney in the U.S. Navy. Scott went on to gain significant patent experience as an intellectual property attorney with Howrey and Hogan Lovells. Scott’s extensive intellectual property law, engineering, and government background combine to bring a wide array of skills to his legal practice.

Bar Admissions:
USPTO Patent Attorney Registration No. 61, 852

Santa Clara University, JD
Santa Clara University, BS, Electrical Engineering