Chris Limbacher is a tech-focused patent attorney who represents clients in cases involving computer technologies and electrical engineering issues. In addition to his legal experience, he brings nearly a decade of experience working as a software engineer in the oil and gas and healthcare industries, where he developed commercial products including enterprise software suites, real-time control systems, and automated wireless tracking systems.
In both technology and law, Chris’ approach to solving problems has remained the same – become immersed in the science behind the innovation in order to provide practical and value-driven counsel to his clients. His hands-on engineering experience in the oil and gas industry resulted in multiple invention disclosures and a patent for automating drill pipe tally during drilling.
Similarly, his in-depth study of the health care industry led him to write and publish an award-winning article on the effects of state and national legislation on healthcare pricing in the Houston Law Review, where he served as Note and Comment Editor. Chris brings that same deep-dive approach to his intellectual property practice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher L. Limbacher