Committed to protect and fight for your IP interests.
Rohit Chhabra is admitted to the State Bars of California and New York and is a registered patent attorney with the USPTO, and can represent patent law related clients in all 50 states in the US.
Along with a Juris Doctorate, Rohit holds Bachelors (2001) and Masters (2005) degrees in Computer Science. As an attorney, Rohit has worked towards successfully patenting a number of patent applications in diverse areas, including technologies related to computer hardware/software,network systems, heart pumps, contraceptive devices, silicon wafer annealing processes,and mechanical and electronic devices.
Before becoming a lawyer, Rohit worked as a software developer at EDS (now a subsidiary of HP). While at EDS, Rohit 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. Rohit has formerly also worked as a network security analyst designing and securing network infrastructures for small businesses.
Before starting his own practice, Rohit was a 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. There, Rohit focused on patent prosecution, appeals, and litigation support, including, freedom-to-operate, due diligence, and infringement opinions.His clients included tech giants located in Silicon Valley.
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, Rohit appreciates well written code that is efficient and has a small memory footprint.
Rohit 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.
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