The Entrepreneurship Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School has provided no-cost legal services to dozens of student-led startups since its inception in 2012. We represent U-M student-led businesses and individual student inventors. The clinic also represents U-M alumni concerning technology invented as a student at U-M. Here are a few of the clients we have represented. For more information, review our about us page.
Emblu is an energy efficiency-focused startup formed by a team of graduate students from the University of Michigan. To help buildings use less energy, Emblu creates real-time occupancy profiles and uses this information to optimize the use of energy-intensive services like lighting and heating.
Fetchnotes is a cloud-based sticky-note application designed to help corral and share the myriad to-do's, tasks, and shopping lists most people need to successfully organize their daily lives.
Focus Solutions is a wearable device and app system that records, recommends, and coaches users during their workouts. The device automatically identifies the type of exercise being done, such as pushups, crunches, or squats; records the workout details including sets, repetitions, and rest periods; and provides real-time audio or visual feedback using a smartphone.
TurtleCell was created by two former University of Michigan engineering students. It is a smartphone case with built-in retractable earbuds.
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