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Aasheesh Shravah

Counsel at
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP

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New York

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Aasheesh Shravah is Counsel at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP in the Intellectual Property Practice. He manages intellectual property portfolios and procures domestic and international intellectual property protection for clients, including patents and trademarks.

Understanding that IP due diligence is critical to business success, he reviews and analyzes products to determine potential patent protection, performs comprehensive studies of intellectual property portfolios, and provides guidance on creating/designing products that avoid potential infringement issues. His work includes patentability searches, freedom to operate opinions and drafting/negotiating licensing agreements.

Aasheesh prosecutes domestic and international patent applications for diverse technologies, including mechanical and electro-mechanical devices, medical devices and imaging, life sciences, nanotechnology, hardware, consumer products (As Seen on TV Products), steel manufacturing, building infrastructure/materials, fuel cells, alternate energy systems, packaging technology, Internet technology including search engines, wireless mobile devices, wireless communication and business methods.

From pre-suit investigation through appeals, Aasheesh is skilled in patent and trademark litigation in federal district and appellate courts. He advises on legal strategy and negotiates settlement offers, and has litigated cases in the fields of medical devices, consumer products, hardware, mechanical devices, wireless devices, Internet search engines and business methods.

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  • New York

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