Anand Mohan focuses his practice on the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). He counsels clients on their patent portfolio strategy and how to best protect their technology for optimal scope and value in global markets.
Anand has experience in intellectual property matters directed to a wide array of electrical and computer arts such as software, blockchain technology, business methods including e-commerce and financial technology, semiconductor processes and circuits, memory devices, computer networks, telecommunication systems, database and cloud management systems, and display device technologies.
Before joining Buchanan, Anand was a patent attorney with one of the largest intellectual property boutiques in Washington, D.C. Anand also has software programming experience at Goldman Sachs. At Goldman, Anand worked with corporate attorneys in the wealth management business unit to create and manage proprietary software to monitor market risks.
Anand provides prompt and effective counsel by carefully considering the client’s goal and developing prosecution strategies based on the goal. With his prior experience as a software programmer, Anand can provide a highly technical assessment of a client’s invention by breaking down highly developed concepts to provide clients with a pragmatic explanation of how legal issues may potentially affect the client’s interests. Anand provides an honest assessment regarding patent protection strategies by doing a cost and benefit analysis of such strategies.
- Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2016
- University of Delhi, B.E., 2011, First Class, Computer Engineering
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