Peter’s practice involves the preparation and prosecution of patent applications directed to various technologies, including chemistry and chemical engineering, medical devices, and material science, with particular interest in renewable energy technologies. Peter also provides counsel in patent searching and prepares patentability, validity, clearance, and infringement options.
Prior to joining Workman Nydegger in 2016, Peter worked as a Facilities Planning Engineer at ExxonMobil Chemical Company, where he conducted plant design and optimization analysis, including competitive intelligence studies, debottleneck designs, capex and opex simulations, and process optimizations, and was the lead planner for a manufacturing R&D program.
In law school, Peter competed in Intellectual Property Moot Court competitions, winning Best Brief and Best Overall in his Giles S Rich Moot Court competition and was selected to compete at the regional level. Peter drafted patent applications and conducted patentability searches for local inventors in BYU Law School’s Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic.