Aaron has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants before the ITC in a broad spectrum of technologies ranging from engineered flooring systems to optoelectronics. Aaron strives to help clients develop and execute business, technology and intellectual property strategies through drafting, negotiating and implementing complex commercial agreements – including sales, purchasing and services agreements, technology and software development agreements, technology transfer agreements and license agreements dealing with patents, trade secrets, copyright, software and trademarks.
Additionally, Aaron serves as “outside” general counsel for clients who have a heavy emphasis on technology and intellectual property, by assisting them with sales and purchasing agreements, non-disclosure agreements, employment agreements, manufacturing agreements, service agreements, license agreements, employment agreements, user licenses and privacy policies.
Aaron also helps clients acquire, develop, enforce and exploit their technology and intellectual property across a wide range of disciplines. Aaron develops and executes strategies for clients to defend themselves against infringement and misappropriation suits, in post-grant proceedings before the USPTO, prosecute patent applications before the USPTO and to enforce their own intellectual property rights against potential infringers.
Aaron has legal experience with the following diverse technological areas:
- Chemical and nanotechnology
- Down-hole tools and MWD/LWD technology
- Wireless broadband
- Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony
- Chip packaging
- Medical devices and orthopedic implants
- Telematics, GPS and location based services
- Automotive components
- Satellite communications
- Wireless antennas
- Email synchronization
- Vertical cavity surface emitting lasers