Ishir Mehta is a registered patent attorney who concentrates his practice on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling in the electrical and mechanical arts. Ishir has experience with patent issues relating to software, computer systems, automobiles, and rotary-wing aircraft.
Prior to joining the firm, Ishir was a patent associate at a national intellectual property law firm in its Atlanta, Georgia office, where he prosecuted domestic and foreign patent applications in electrical engineering and mechanical engineering-related technologies. Previously, Ishir worked as a patent associate at an intellectual property law firm based in Gainesville, Florida, where he prepared and prosecuted domestic and foreign patent applications.
While attending the University of Florida, Ishir worked as a graduate research assistant for the University of Florida’s Interdisciplinary Microsystems Group (IMG) Lab, where he researched the effectiveness of carbon nanofiber-based sensors with a focus on microfabrication.
Ishir speaks Gujarati.
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University of Florida M.S.E.E., Certificate in Microsystems Technology (2016)
Syracuse University College of Law J.D., Certificate in Law and Market Economy (2001)
University of Florida B.A., Business Administration (1997)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2016)
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), Software Relations Invention Committee, Member (2020-Present)
South Asian Bar Association of Georgia (SABA-GA), Treasurer, (2021)
South Asian Bar Association of Florida (SABA-FL), Board of Directors (2018)
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