Software Patent Attorney
Rohit Chhabra predominantly focuses on inventions related to mobile apps, cryptocurrency, AI, kernel security, AR/VR, ad-tech, and fin-tech. He represents clients all over the U.S. and is licensed in California and New York. He holds bachelors and masters in computer science.
Before becoming an software patent attorney, Rohit worked as a developer at EDS (acquired by Hewlett-Packard). While at EDS, he developed Medicaid applications for various state governments, including the (internal/backend) systems currently being used by the governments of Kentucky, Ohio, and Florida for processing Medicaid claims. He has formerly also worked as a network security analyst designing and securing network infrastructures for small businesses.
Before starting his own practice, Rohit worked as a software patent attorney at one of the top law firms in Silicon Valley, where he was extensively trained by one of the leading attorneys in patent prosecution and litigation support. He focused on patent prosecution, appeals, and litigation support, including, freedom-to-operate, due diligence, and infringement opinions. Rohit has represented technology giants like Apple and EMC.
For information about how to patent mobile apps we encourage you to review our post titled: How to Patent a Mobile App . Although this post was written prior to the 2019 USPTO Revised Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance, this article still remains valid in the arena of business method software patents.We also encourage you to visit our FAQ section (and select the software patents tab) to learn more about computer software and hardware inventions.
Since 2016, Rohit has continuously been ranked as a rising star by Super Lawyers, an ranking granted to less than 2.5 percent attorneys in each State in the the US. His clients include many startups both in the bay area and beyond.
Rohit has strong technological skills. Owning his first computer, a ZX Spectrum , at the age of 6, programming came naturally to him. He has extensive experience in object oriented programming and network security. An avid Linux user and programmer, software patent attorney Chhabra appreciates well written code that is efficient and has a small memory footprint. He takes immense pride in the work quality he delivers, and believes in forging a long lasting partnership with each of his clients. He is committed to diligently protect and/or fight for your intellectual property rights.
By authoring a software patent FAQ section, Rohit has provided a lot of information on software patents and patent law in general. This information is freely available at our FAQ section.
Rohit volunteers for the San Francisco Bar Association's Justice & Diversity Center