Aashish Kapadia represents clients in patent litigation, post-grant trials and patent prosecution. His background in electrical and computer engineering gives him strategic insight into his clients’ vital technologies. He offers multifaceted representation across all phases of complex patent litigation, from pre-suit strategy and early motion practice through claim construction, discovery and summary judgment. He regularly represents clients in inter partes review proceedings at the US Patent and Trademark Office. His practice also encompasses patent counseling and prosecution in a variety of technologies, including computer hardware, software and telecommunications.
Before attending law school, Aashish worked for five years as a product development engineer at a multinational semiconductor company, where he focused on system-level testing and microprocessor product development. His technical experience also includes software development, semiconductor fabrication and electronic instrumentation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aashish Kapadia