Energy security and availability are vital across the globe. Battery technology offers reliable energy storage and convenient output in a wide variety of portable forms. The development of new and innovative battery technologies is therefore key to the continued growth of almost all industry sectors.
The batteries specialist practice group at Withers & Rogers brings together a group of attorneys from all disciplines, including chemists with expertise in the general electrochemical field and fundamental cell design; engineers with a knowledge of battery construction and implementation; and physicists with knowledge of battery management systems and electronic architectures.
We believe that the depth of our attorneys’ specific knowledge of the batteries industry is unique in the market.
Our team has experience in a number of relevant areas, including materials chemistry, electrode chemistry, electrolyte formulation, thin film technologies, corrosion resistance, cell construction, battery recycling technologies, battery management and performance monitoring systems. This has given us experience in technologies surrounding batteries for mobile devices, rechargeable batteries (including flow batteries) and automotive batteries, among others.
Our attorneys regularly attend events run by relevant technical networks, write on IP matters for industry magazines and present at leading conferences. This ensures that our attorneys are up to date with the latest developments and technologies in all technical areas in which we work.
In addition to our batteries expertise, our team is experienced in a wide range of other electrochemical fields, including: sensor technology, fuel cells, photovoltaics, grid energy firming, desalination, mineral extraction and electrode design.
For further information please contact the group's lead attorney: