Lynn Hendrix is a partner in the Denver office. Mr. Hendrix maintains a multi-disciplinary transactional practice relating to a variety of types of property and industries, with particular emphasis on energy and natural resources law, intellectual property law (including trade secrets, copyrights, patents and trademarks) and finance and lending law. Mr. Hendrix also counsels clients, from individuals to large corporations, on general commercial and corporate law. The breadth and depth of Mr. Hendrix’s practice allows him to bring unique ideas, concepts and solutions to transactions and business relationships. Since 1978, Mr. Hendrix has represented clients in virtually all types of transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, financing, alliances, ventures and other commercial transactions.
Mr. Hendrix's energy and natural resources practice includes mergers, acquisitions and financing, as well as day-to-day business matters, primarily in the oil and gas and mining industries. These matters have involved both producing and nonproducing properties, gas plants, refineries, transportation and gathering systems and facilities and exploration and production activities. Mr. Hendrix also is involved in alternative energy projects, including ethanol, wind and synthetic fuel.
Mr. Hendrix's intellectual property law practice emphasizes transactional aspects, not only in connection with energy and natural resources, but also software, computer technology and the Internet as well as a variety of other technologies and processes. Mr. Hendrix is a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has negotiated major software and hardware contracts related to operations in the U.S., Europe, South America and the Pacific Rim, including supply agreements, development agreements, integration agreements, license agreements, service-level agreements and strategic alliances. He has also been in charge of significant trademark programs involving most of South America and parts of Europe, as well as the United States.
Mr. Hendrix has represented banks, borrowers and investors in a variety of lending and other finance transactions, with a particular expertise in financing involving energy and natural resources and intellectual property.
Mr. Hendrix also devotes significant time to representing clients in general, commercial and corporate transactions in a variety of industries, and has significant experience in matters involving real property laws and the Uniform Commercial Code.