Kevin O. Grange Partner

T 650.433.5748 (CA), 801.923.2017 (UT) | F 650.433.5749

Whether he is managing the patent portfolio for a Fortune 500 company or a Silicon Valley startup, Kevin is valued for his ability to quickly grasp technical concepts and ask the right questions, resulting in a smooth filing process and compelling patent applications.

Clients appreciate Kevin’s keen eye for balancing patent protection with cost constraints. He takes a strategic approach to securing the appropriate level of patent protection, depending on the client’s needs and objectives. In addition to working on patent matters, Kevin also serves as a trusted business advisor. Working with Lowenstein’s VentureCrush network and leveraging his connections in Silicon Valley, Kevin readily links startups with crucial sources of support and funding.

A student of patent law, Kevin is known for his deep knowledge of the significant changes enacted under the America Invents Act. He has established himself as a leader in this area at Lowenstein Sandler, and he is frequently called on to provide in-house and client continuing legal education presentations.

Kevin’s patent prosecution skill is informed by a background in electrical engineering and bolstered by his education at Santa Clara University School of Law, which has strong ties to Silicon Valley. Straddling the tech scenes in Silicon Valley and Utah, Kevin stays abreast of the latest developments in mobile device wireless technology, bendable sensor technology, wearable devices, Internet of Things (IoT) technology, touch screen technology, mobile device antennas, microprocessors, memory technologies, medical devices, video streaming, and smart television technology. With each advance, he relishes taking on new and challenging technologies and their resulting legal complexities.

Representative Engagements

Led patent prosecution efforts for a company that created green hydrogen injection technologies to be used in California to reduce emissions and fuel consumption.
Participated in the patent work related to the development of antenna technology for a leading electronic device.
Conduct “post allowance” portfolio management and strategy for a global semiconductor chip manufacturer.
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Related Areas

Patent Counseling & Prosecution
The Tech Group


Santa Clara University School of Law ( J.D. , 2005 ) , Recipient of High Technology Law Certificate
Utah State University ( B.S. , 2001 ) , Electrical Engineering

Bar Admissions

United States Patent and Trademark Office

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
California Supreme Court
Supreme Court of Utah


  • Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of California
  • Intellectual Property Law Section of Utah State Bar
  • BYU Management Society
  • J. Reuben Clark Law Society
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)