Nitin Subhedar is a partner in the Intellectual Property Litigation practice group in the firm’s San Francisco office.
Mr. Subhedar has worked on a variety of commercial litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on patent cases and other intellectual property disputes. He has litigated in federal district courts across the country, in the United States International Trade Commission, and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has also counseled clients on strategies for enforcing or defending against broad patent portfolios, and for reaching negotiated resolution of patent disputes before litigation is initiated.
Mr. Subhedar has extensive experience in conducting technical analyses regarding the interpretation, validity and infringement of patents, as well as in analyzing and evaluating trade secrets. He has worked closely with scientific experts and key technical personnel to develop litigation strategies, expert reports, and other materials designed to explain complex technical concepts to laypersons. Mr. Subhedar has represented clients in a number of different technologies, including integrated circuits, semiconductor devices and structures, semiconductor processing and manufacturing tools, computer telephony, wireless communications, online behavioral targeting and web analytics.
Mr. Subhedar is licensed to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.