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Proshanto Mukherji, Ph.D.

Associate

Boston, MA
617-368-2179
mukherji@fr.com
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Background

Proshanto Mukherji is an Associate in the Boston office of Fish & Richardson.

Dr. Mukherji’s practice focuses on trial and appellate litigation in the field of intellectual property. Dr. Mukherji has represented high-technology companies in cases involving cellular telephone systems, Internet technologies, computer architecture, and cardiac defibrillators. Dr. Mukherji has helped author successful briefs in a variety of federal courts, including appeal briefs, post-trial briefs, Markman briefs, and briefs on dispositive motions. Dr. Mukherji was named a Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star in the field of Intellectual Property in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Dr. Mukherji’s dissertation research at the University of Rochester focused on artificial intelligence methods for the automatic discovery of complex statistical patterns in data.​

Education

J.D., Harvard Law School 2009


magna cum laude


Ph.D., University of Rochester 2006
Computer Science


M.S., University of Rochester 2002
Computer Science


B.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology 2000
Computer Science
summa cum laude

Admissions

  • Massachusetts 2009
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Memberships & Affiliations

​Articles Editor, Harvard Law Review 2008-2009
Articles Editor, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 2006-2007​

Other Distinctions

Named Massachusetts Super Lawyers‘ Rising Star, 2013, 2014, 2015.

Selected Publications

"On Enforcing Viral Terms," 122 Harvard Law Review 2184 (2009).

Case Note, "FTC v. Accusearch, Inc.," 121 Harvard Law Review 2246 (2008).

Laws in Logical Worlds, VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken (2008).

"Discovering Laws as Anomalies in Logical Worlds," Ph.D. thesis, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (2006).

"State-based Discovery and Verification of Propositional Invariants," with Lenhart K. Schubert, Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence. CSREA Press (2006).

"Discovering Planning Invariants as Anomalies in State Descriptions," with Lenhart K. Schubert, Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Automatic Planning and Scheduling. AAAI Press (2005).

"Context-free Languages Can Be Accepted With Absolutely No Space Overhead," with Lane A. Hemaspaandra and Till Tantau, Information and Computation, 203(2):163-180 (2005).

"Computation with Absolutely No Space Overhead," with Lane A. Hemaspaandra and Till Tantau, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Developments in Language Theory. Volume 2710 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 325-336. Springer-Verlag (2003).