• Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber

    Intellectual Property Law
    Since 1917

    KNOWLEDGEABLE AND EXPERIENCED
    Over 100 years of Intellectual Property Law
    Expertise in Science and Engineering
    Renner Kenner
  • Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber

    Intellectual Property Law
    Since 1917

    GLOBAL SOPHISTICATION
    International Experience
    Diverse Clientele
    Intellectual Property Law
  • Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber

    Intellectual Property Law
    Since 1917

    SMALL TOWN AFFORDABILITY
    Accessible
    Value-Driven
    Cleveland Akron Ohio

 


Who We Are

Our firm celebrated its Centennial in 2017. We practice exclusively in the area of intellectual property law, which encompasses patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and related business and litigation issues. For over 100 years, we have represented diverse clients, including Fortune 500 companies and individual entrepreneurs.

Renner Kenner has obtained thousands of patents over the years for our clients. The "This Week in Our History...” section below is an example of a patent that was written and/or prosecuted by Renner Kenner.

This Week in Our History...

On Sept. 29, 2015, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued U.S. Patent No. 9,147,848, entitled “Low Bandgap Dicyanovinyl And Tricyanovinyl Oligothiophenes For Solar Cell Applications” to Renner Kenner’s client Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited. The invention relates to a synthetic compound for solar cell applications. The patent describes the design and synthesis of several solution-processable, p-type and low-optical-gap oligothiophene compounds for use in solar cell applications. Renner Kenner has obtained many patents related to solar energy and other renewable energy resources.

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What We Do

 

Current Events

Renner Kenner Proudly Supports Akron Children's Hospital Rehabilitative Services

Renner Kenner proudly supports the Akron Children’s Hospital Rehabilitative Services Team via The Brandon Thomas Clark Fund.  Akron Children’s Rehabilitative Services Team works with infants, children, and teens requiring therapy following an illness or injury; those managing the effects of a chronic condition such as cerebral palsy or autism spectrum disorders; adult patients with burns, cystic fibrosis and hemophilia; and individuals being treated in Akron Children's Pain Center.  The Brandon Thomas Clark Fund supports the needs of Rehabilitative Services for patients and their families.  Visit https://www.akronchildrens.org/cms/rehabilitative_services/ to see how you can help too!