Victoria Reinhart’s practice emphasizes foreign and domestic patent prosecution in the field of chemical engineering.
Ms. Reinhart’s experience in the patent arts includes assisting in preparing and prosecuting patent applications for the chemical and oilfield industries, as well as litigating all stages of complex cases in the oilfield and mechanical industries. In addition to patent prosecution and litigation, Ms. Reinhart has experience drafting legal opinions, including invalidity and non-infringement opinions, as well as trademark prosecution and pre-trial matters.
Prior to entering the legal field, Ms. Reinhart was a process engineer at a leading industrial gas company where she became a Six Sigma black belt and sharpened her skills in plant design and optimization.
Ms. Reinhart’s robust career also includes several positions in the innovation sector. She was lead project manager at the University of Michigan’s Innovation Studio, as well as a Design Thinking consultant at an innovation consultancy firm. She is an active participant in the entrepreneurial ecosystem of her city, especially as it relates to the protection of intellectual property rights of small businesses and emerging technology.
- State Bar of Texas
- Den Leader, Cub Scout Pack 265
- Committee Chair, Network of Executive Women
- University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2008
- University at Buffalo, B.S., Chemical Engineering,, Magna Cum Laude, 2005