January 30, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 30

Aaron L. Parker

Aaron Parker, leader of the firm’s mechanical practice group, focuses his practice on patent and trade secret litigation before U.S. district courts, client counseling on global patent litigation strategies, and patent and trade secret portfolio analysis and management. Much of Aaron’s work relates to counseling clients in the sports, fitness, and outdoor industries on all aspects of intellectual property. 

Additional areas of Aaron’s practice include complex patent prosecution, reexaminations, post-grant proceedings, licensing, preparing opinions of counsel, due diligence, and clearance analysis. He has managed several large patent application portfolios relating to dialysis machines and processes, and water and septic drainage applications. He also has extensive experience relating to medical device technology, including coronary bare metal and drug eluting stents, medical imaging, balloon dilatation catheters, pacemakers, defibrillators, dialysis machines and processes, radiotherapy devices, and heat packs. He has worked on a wide range of other technical subjects, including consumer health products, wearable technology, consumer electronics, activity trackers, mobile smart phone technology, fuel injection systems, oil and gas separators, oil pipeline technology, drainage and septic systems, aerogel materials, infant/toddler products, and power tools.

As part of the firm’s pro bono program, Aaron successfully represented several disabled veterans before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and in appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Aaron frequently presents to clients and various industry associations on patent and trade secret issues, global enforcement of patents, and practicing before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron L. Parker