Lani F. Burt’s practice includes many areas of intellectual property law, including patent preparation and prosecution, trademark prosecution, opinions, due diligence, and copyrights. Her patent experience covers a wide range of electrical, computer, and mechanical technologies including optics, image capturing and 3D reconstruction, fiber optic sensing devices, circuits, heat transfer and cooling systems, integrated circuit fabrication, mechanical systems, application development, wireless communications, e-commerce systems, cloud computing technologies, database systems, mobile device management and security, virtualization, and computer architecture.
Prior to entering the legal field, Lani worked as a software engineer developing test software for a wide variety of products, including Bluetooth technologies. Lani attended the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law where she was the Managing Editor for the University of Louisville Law Review. During law school, Lani worked for a Kentucky law firm, where she was involved in the prosecution of software-based patent applications. Outside of her practice, Lani is involved in various local networking groups, including ProWIN (Professional Women’s Information Network), WIT (Women in Technology), and Georgia Tech Women Alumnae Network.