Peter M. Loderup counsels a diverse set of clients in various patent-related matters, including patent preparation, patent prosecution, and post-allowance strategy. He works across several technological spheres, from hardware to healthcare. His most recent matters involved protecting inventions for wireless communication technologies, machine-learning systems, and heart valve prosthetics.
Prior to practicing as a patent attorney, Peter studied at the University of Michigan Law School and Brigham Young University. At Michigan Law, Peter focused his studies on intellectual property law. He also served as co-president of the Intellectual Property Student Association and competed in the 2020 National Patent Application Drafting Competition.
At Brigham Young, Peter received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering, with minors in computer science, mathematics, and Mandarin Chinese. He was also actively involved in the Zeta Eta Chapter of Eta Kappa Nu. In addition to Mandarin Chinese, Peter is fluent in Cantonese Chinese.
University of Michigan Law School, 2021, J.D.
Brigham Young University, 2018, B.S., Computer Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu