Alyaman Amer is an associate in the Dallas* office of Fish & Richardson P.C. Alyaman focuses his practice on a broad range of intellectual property matters, with a particular focus on patent prosecution. Alyaman also provides technological advice in support of validity and infringement, and conducts patentability analyses in electrical, mechanical and materials, computer-based technologies, and software areas.
Alyaman has experience in prosecuting and handling patent portfolios in telecommunications/wireless communications, such as 5G NR, LTE, CDMA, W-CDMA, IEEE 802.11, and Bluetooth. He is also involved in the analysis of patents, including standard-essential patents (SEP), that relate to these technologies.
Alyaman has represented clients on a wide range of technical issues, including oil and gas drilling, seismic image processing, computer architecture, biological implants, mobile applications, robotics, autonomous vehicles, image analysis and compression, object-recognition algorithms, machine-learning algorithms (both supervised and unsupervised), nanotechnology, optics, light detection and ranging (LIDAR), resonators and waveguides, lasers, antennas, radar, electromagnetics, cameras, semiconductor design and fabrication, battery technology, and television broadcast technology.
Prior to joining Fish & Richardson, Alyaman was a patent agent for a law firm in Chicago, Illinois, where he was a member of the firm’s electrical technologies practice. His experience includes academic research in battery technology at Texas A&M and an engineering position at a telecommunications engineering company in Dubai. Alyaman has also co-authored several articles in intellectual property publications.
Alyaman is fluent in Arabic.
*Not admitted to practice in Texas – practice in Texas limited to federal courts and agencies listed below or otherwise authorized by law.
“Fair enough,” Intellectual Property Magazine, January 25, 2018.
“When Final is Not So Final: Strategies for Overcoming Final Rejection,” Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property, Vol. 24, Issue 17, December 5, 2017.
J.D. magna cum laude, Loyola Law School (2019 ) Intellectual Property Fellow
B.S. with distinction, Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison (2014)
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2015
- Minnesota 2020