Christopher Lorenzo Lewis focuses his practice on intellectual property and technology, including patent, trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation. Christopher’s patent prosecution experience encompasses a broad range of mechanical engineering and metallurgical-based technologies. Christopher’s trademark and copyright practice includes client portfolio management and brand development, protection and enforcement. Christopher prides himself in maintaining a client-focused practice through a comprehensive understanding of each client’s priorities and concerns.
Prior to his legal career, Christopher earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and has professional experience in engineering and information technology.
Christopher served as social justice fellow during studies at The University of Akron School of Law and as treasurer for the Asian and Hispanic Law Student Association and was awarded the CALI award in Trademark Law. Throughout law school, Christopher volunteered with the Akron Reentry Clinic, where he prepared Certificates of Qualification of Employment.