Mr. Rohan Gupta is Counsel at Kim IP. Having a strong interest in cutting-edge technologies, Rohan pursued STEM courses and programs throughout his scholastic youth, including the Waksman Institute Summer Experience (WISE) in Microbiology at Rutgers University, the American Invitational Mathematics Examination for the International Mathematics Olympiad, and NJ Governor’s School at Stockton University. Rohan began his professional technical career developing software in C++/Java for small businesses and research institutions while attending the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon.
An experienced patent attorney, Rohan has secured and monetized Intellectual Property (IP) rights for multi-national corporations, large universities, and small businesses including individuals. Rohan’s experience includes protecting innovations in a variety of technologies, such as Facial Recognition, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Natural User Interfaces, Financial Technologies and Payment Systems, Enterprise/Cloud Computing, Cryptography and Encryption Systems, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Devices, Network Management, Data Storage Systems, Internet Security, Search Engines, Operating System Components, Mobile Devices, Wireless Systems, and other cutting-edge technologies.
Rohan has analyzed IP issues involving Software Development Toolkits as well as Technical Standards including Internet Standards and Encryption Standards. Having an understanding of complicated concepts in the computer science field, Rohan supports clients with IP portfolios on a variety of computer-implemented inventions.
Prior to joining Kim IP, Rohan worked at a law firm while serving as outside Patent Counsel to a large technology firm from 2011-2018. In this capacity, Rohan prepared and prosecuted several hundred patents and worked with in-house counsel to monetize their patent portfolio. Rohan has also prepared legal opinions regarding client products as well as claim charts analyzing competitor products for potential infringement.
Rohan graduated from the University of New Hampshire – Franklin Pierce Law Center in 2006, a top-tier university for the study of Intellectual Property law and practice.
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
J.D. UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law
B.S. Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University