Articles By Raj Gupta & Karthik Kumar

Raj Gupta and Karthik Kumar are attorneys at Finnegan, a leading IP law firm with offices around the world. Raj Gupta, Ph.D., focuses his practice on patent litigation in U.S. district courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), strategic patent prosecution, and client counseling. Raj has considerable experience in telecommunications, optics, semiconductors, wireless technologies, neural networks, artificial intelligence, machine learning, signal processing, networking, smartphones, communication protocols, cryptography, lithography, material properties of semiconductors and metals, biometrics, video game technologies, software, microprocessors, security systems, optical fibers, telematics, human-computer interaction, and in areas pertaining to fabrication and characterization of nanodevices. Karthik Kumar, Ph.D., has broad experience in patent litigation and strategic counseling in the electrical arts. He has argued at Markman hearings, directed and cross examined trial witnesses, and second-chaired Federal Circuit appeals. He also manages the global patent portfolios of several multi-national technology companies. Karthik represents clients in both offensive and defensive litigation at the trial and appellate levels, with particular experience in investigations before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and standards-essential patent cases in federal district courts. He has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, including worldwide discovery efforts, motion practice, claim construction, conducting depositions, expert reports, examining witnesses, and trial-related briefing. Karthik has also represented petitioners and patent owners in adversarial post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

This is a guest post by Raj Gupta, Karthik Kumar and Justin Mullen, attorneys at Finnegan, an IP law firm….

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