The industries we serve reflect the dynamic nature of the 21st Century economy and the ongoing march of technology and human knowledge. Much of the work we do with our clients focuses on industries that did not exist—or that have changed to an almost unrecognizable extent — a mere decade ago.
We happen to think that’s exciting.
Computer Hardware and Software
Computers are everywhere, from the servers and mainframes that power the Internet to consumer PCs and laptops to smart phones, PDAs and embedded devices.
Over the past 15 years, consumer spending on electronics has roughly doubled, in constant dollars
The financial services industry is, by some measures, the largest single industry in the US economy today, constituting 22.3% of the market capitalization of the S&P 500, more than any other sector2. Nor has it been any stranger to innovation.
Green Technology and Energy
This past decade has brought a global recognition that development and technological innovation in the field of green technology and sustainable clean energy will be of the utmost importance.
Internet and e-Commerce
The proliferation of content and services available over the web has created new industries, while at the same time driving established industries online.
Life Sciences & Biotechnology
Before 1980, no one even knew whether a gene or a micro-organism could be patented. But that year, the Supreme Court ruled they could be and the biotechnology industry has never looked back.
MEMS & Semiconductors
From cars to HDTV’s and from cameras to cell phones, semiconductors are everywhere.
Mobile Devices & Wireless
The wireless revolution continues. Recent years have seen tremendous innovation and growth in the field of mobile devices and wireless communications.
Motors, Machinery & Other Mechanical Devices
Resolving patent issues related to mechanical engineering has been a long-time strength of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP. Many of our attorneys not only have mechanical engineering educational backgrounds, but also bring real-world industry experience to the table.
Retailing & Apparel
The fashion-buying public is more fickle than ever, and this season’s hot item usually arrives unexpectedly, is pursued in a brief rush of demand, and then seems to disappear abruptly.
Technology start-ups have exploded in number, as decreased barriers to entry have enabled entrepreneurs to bring ideas to reality at an unprecedented rate.
Toys & Games
Toys and games are a $20 billion industry in the United States and the competition for a child’s attention has never been more intense.
Universities & Research Institutions
Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP has a vibrant and extensive practice representing and advising universities and other research institutions that develop and license technology applicable to diverse industries.
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