Andrew Varrenti

Andrew Varrenti

Associate | Electrical & Computer Technologies
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  • BS, Electrical Engineering, Northwestern University
  • MS, Electrical Engineering, Northwestern University
  • JD, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, cum laude

Key Technologies

  • Aerospace
  • Circuit Design
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud And Edge Computing
  • Fluid Control Devices & Systems
  • Network Security

Practice Groups

Admitted to Practice

  • US Patent and Trademark Office
  • Illinois
  • Massachusetts


  • Remote


Andrew Varrenti counsels clients in developing invention disclosures to achieve both short and long-term patent portfolio management strategies and protection. His practice focuses on preparing and prosecuting domestic and international patent applications in a wide range of technology areas including electro-mechanical, electrical, and software arts, including aerospace, analog and digital circuit design, artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud and edge computing, fluid control devices and systems, and network security.

With a background as an electrical engineer, Andrew has extensive hands-on experience in electric, hydraulic, and pneumatic control systems and a knowledge base in a wide array of commercial and industrial sensor technologies as well as programmable logic devices.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Andrew was an associate at an intellectual property boutique in Chicago, where he had over five years of experience as a patent engineer, patent agent, and attorney. Before his career in law, Andrew worked as a senior electrical engineer at Schlumberger Oilfield Services in the Well Services and Coiled Tubing control system group, where he designed, developed, and commissioned electrical control systems on next generation land and offshore mixing equipment for high pressure pumping fluid delivery applications.


  • Vice President of Loyola University Chicago School of Law Intellectual Property Law Society (2018 – 2019)


Scientific Publications

  • Andrew Varrenti, Chaunle Zhou, Andrea Klock, Seung Chyung, Jieyi Long, Seda Memik, and Matthew Grayson. (2011). Thermal Sensing With Lithographically Patterned Bimetallic Thin-Film Thermocouples. Electron Device Letters, IEEE. 32. 818 - 820. 10.1109/LED.2011.2136314.
  • Matthew Grayson, Chaunle Zhou, Andrew Varrenti, Seung Chyung, Jieyi Long, and Seda Memik. (2011). Thin film thermocouples for thermoelectric characterization of nanostructured materials. American Physical Society, APS March Meeting 2011, March 21-25, 2011.