Aakash Parekh Principal


Aakash Parekh is a registered patent attorney specializing in developing and implementing time-critical and cost-effective strategies in a wide range of intellectual property and technology-related matters. Mr. Parekh has represented Fortune 500 corporations in sophisticated patent matters, and has also represented early-stage and venture-backed companies to rapidly build patent portfolios. Mr. Parekh is active in the Austin startup and seed/angel stage investing communities.

–  Domestic & International Patent Strategy, Preparation, & Procurement
–  Inter Partes Review (IPR)
–  Covered Business Method (CBM) Review
–  Post Grant Review (PGR)
–  Patent Litigation
–  Patent Licensing & Strategic Patent Acquisition
–  Opinions
–  Technology Transactions, Monetization, & Counseling
–  Design Patents
–  Trademarks

–  Computer Hardware & Software
–  Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, & Natural Language Processing
–  Semiconductors
–  Mobile/Embedded Devices
–  Networking Technologies
–  Enterprise & Cloud Computing Systems
–  Computer Security
–  Consumer & Commercial Electronics
–  Storage Systems
–  Multimedia Content Delivery & Broadband Technologies
–  Business Methods
–  Medical Devices
–  Aerospace

Mr. Parekh’s background includes several years of software engineering experience. As a software engineer, Mr. Parekh worked on projects involving business portfolio analysis, application frameworks, performance analytics, and kernel development.

Mr. Parekh holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with High Honors from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctorate with Honors from the University of Texas School of Law, where he served as an Associate Editor of the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal and on the Executive Board of the Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law.

–  State of Texas
–  United States Patent & Trademark Office
–  United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
–  United States District Court for the Western District of Texas