Dev is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department of the New York office of Edwards Wildman.
Dev's practice focuses primarily on intellectual property litigation, prosecution, and counseling, with particular emphasis on patents. He has represented clients in patent litigations related to both computer hardware and software. He is knowledgeable in all aspects of the litigation process ranging from drafting complaints to drafting pre-trial disclosures.
Dev has also prosecuted patents in a variety of computer technologies, including computer security, Internet advertising, driverless vehicles, network servers, data processing, Internet technologies, and medical devices.
*Admitted in Virgina, application for admission to the New York bar pending.
•Most recently was the lead associate for the plaintiff in a patent litigation relating to internet advertising technology against three defendants;
•Drafted briefs for several successful motions, including motions to dismiss and summary judgment;
Successfully opposed several motions, including motions to transfer, motions for sanctions, and motion for adjournment of trial;
•Was the lead associate for a patent litigation relating to computer network technology, which included a successful appeal to the Federal Circuit related to the production of privileged documents;
•Successfully prosecuted patents relating to computer security, Internet advertising, driverless vehicles, network servers, data processing, Internet technologies, and medical devices; and
•Performed due diligence on patent portfolios with up to several hundred patents relating to semiconductors, interactive programming guides, Internet search, and Internet shopping.
Before Edwards Wildman
Dev began his career as a software engineer while at UVA and continued to develop software for a Department of Defense contractor until law school. While working for the contractor, Dev received a Master's in Computer Science from George Washington University, with a concentration in computer security and information privacy. After law school, Dev worked in the Virginia office of a large, national firm working in all facets of patent law before moving to a patent boutique in New York.
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