Amol Parikh concentrates his practice on intellectual property litigation, counseling and procurement. He draws on his trial and litigation experience in combination with his engineering training to quickly identify intellectual property issues and develop creative strategies to address them.
Amol has represented high-tech companies in complex patent litigations in various United States district courts, the International Trade Commission (ITC) and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in a variety of technologies, including wireless communications, semiconductor chip packaging, medical devices, high-resolution liquid crystal display projectors, computer and networking systems, mechanical devices and business methods.
In addition to his litigation experience, Amol is a registered patent attorney and regularly prepares and prosecutes patent applications in the field of electronic and computer technologies, including digital and analog circuits, telecommunications systems, computer software and hardware, handwriting recognition-based software, wireless power devices, voice recognition and recordation software, semiconductor devices, artificial intelligence, medical devices, business methods and financial products. He conducts inter partes review and ex parte reexamination proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Amol also handles intellectual property asset management. He performs due diligence investigations, providing counseling and rendering opinions in connection with the sale or acquisition of businesses or targeted business assets involving various technologies, including digital entertainment solutions, wireless communications, video conferencing, renewable energy sources, and medical devices.
During law school, Amol served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Amy J. St. Eve, District Judge of the Northern District of Illinois, and worked as a technical specialist for a full-service intellectual property law firm in Chicago. He was also a member of the DePaul Law Review. Prior to law school, he held various positions working in the design and development of telecommunication systems with Hughes Network Systems. Amol earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering.