Majid AlBassam advises clients in the areas of patent procurement, patent eligibility, patentability, infringement and invalidity, as well as trade secret and copyright issues. Having industry experience as a software engineer and applications programmer for a systems integration and technology company, Majid understands the issues faced by his clients.
Majid’s extensive experience includes preparing and prosecuting US and international patent applications in various areas of technology, including cellular and network communications, computer systems and subsystems, computer software, electronics, various manufacturing and control systems, network monitoring, security and data analytics, cybersecurity, including malware detection, virtualization, identity management and authentication, mobile device security, and data encryption and obfuscation. He also has experience preparing patent-related analyses and opinions, including non-infringement, invalidity and freedom to operate.
Majid has a keen interest in the area of patent eligibility, and regularly addresses the issue of patent eligibility in software and business methods before the USPTO. He also often counsels clients on effective ways to maximize company value by addressing patent eligibility issues under the current guidelines.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Majid AlBassam