Khurram is an intellectual property attorney with a practice focusing on Hatch-Waxman litigation for generic pharmaceutical companies. He has experience in essential aspects of Hatch-Waxman litigation, including case assessment and strategy, motion practice, claim construction, expert witness discovery, and trial and appellate advocacy. 

Prior to joining Polsinelli, Khurram externed with Chief Judge James F. Holderman and with Judge John W. Darrah of the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Khurram gained substantial experience with litigation in federal court, preparing memoranda and draft orders in a range of criminal and civil matters, including patent infringement matters. Khurram attended The John Marshall Law School on full scholarship for academic merit as an Edward T. Lee Scholar. He was also a Fred F. Herzog scholar for academic distinction. Khurram was a two-time Quarterfinalist in the Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court for patent law, and won Best Advocate in 2013. Khurram was a member of the Review of Intellectual Property Law, where he published his comment, “For Sale. Patents. Never Used: Gaps in the Tax Code for Patent Sales.”

Khurram is an active member of the Richard Linn American Inn of Court, an Inn of Court focused on intellectual property law. He is also Secretary of the Associate Board of the Chicago Committee.