With over eight years of experience, Gurneet represents various entities ranging from individual inventors to large multinationals before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Gurneet’s practice emphasizes all aspects of patent prosecution in different areas including medical devices, software, signal processing, communication, and sports. In these areas, he interviews patent applicants for invention disclosures, drafts and prosecutes patent applications, and handles issuance and maintenance of patents. He also performs patentability, infringement, and freedom-to-operate analyses, and assists on due-diligence projects.
Gurneet's experience includes engineering research at UCLA Engineering, UCLA School of Medicine, ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), and Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay. While at University of California, he served as a graduate student researcher and a teaching assistant. Additionally, Gurneet represented India multiple times in ITF Junior World Ranking Tennis Tournaments in singles and doubles categories.
- University of California - Los Angeles (MS, Biomedical Engineering)
- Punjab Engineering College (BS, Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Communication, with honors)
- Draft and prosecute patent applications in a variety of software technology areas for a global software company.
- Handle patent drafting and prosecution for a multinational credit scoring company.
- Attained numerous patents on many of the most popular sports-shoes in the world for ASICS.
- Secured patents for financial technology behind a Fortune 100 insurance company.
- Drafted several patent applications for a large medical device company that was later acquired for several billions of dollars.
- Handled prosecution docket for a global company that makes medical and safety products.
- Draft and prosecute patent applications for a hotel operations platform of a hospitality technology company that improves staff communication, task management, and guest satisfaction.
- Represent prominent universities across the world in their patent matters before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.