Mr. Singh has assisted with the preparation of patent applications across a wide range of technologies. He has particular experience with inventions involving mobile device applications, semiconductors, mapping and navigational services, location-based technologies, Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Social Networking, and User Interfaces (UI). Mr. Singh has drafted legal arguments in support of legal opinions (e.g., non-infringement and invalidity), and has extensive experience in providing litigation support to trademark, copyright, and patent litigation matters.
During his law school years in India, Mr. Singh was the associate editor for Indian Journal for Intellectual Property Law and was a guest contributor to Spicyip, a renowned portal that reports on Indian IP laws. Mr. Singh was invited by MIT in their race and technology conference where he presented his paper titled “The Fair, the Dark and the Ugly: Mediating the interests of Technology, Business, and Societies in Third World Economies.”
Prior to attending UC Berkeley School of Law, Mr. Singh worked with a preeminent law firm where he advised clients on IP issues. During his time at UC Berkeley School of Law, Mr. Singh was the associate editor for Berkeley Technology Law Journal. Mr. Singh is the recipient of the Law and Technology Certificate from UC Berkeley School of Law.
Mr. Singh is currently pursuing his Masters in Software Engineering with a focus on Robotics from Volgenau School of Engineering, George Mason University.
Mr. Singh is admitted to the New York State Bar, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York.