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About Rishi

Rishi Gupta is Of Counsel in the Dallas office of Fish & Richardson P.C. He focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in electrical engineering and physics. Rishi has significant technological expertise in cellular standards (LTE and LTE-A), semiconductor processing and packaging, computer and peripheral interconnects, data servers, fiber optics, time of flight 3D imaging and image processing, chemical sensors, optics and optical technologies, aerospace technologies, and consumer electronics, nanotechnology, oil-well technologies, and power generation and reclamation, among many others. Rishi was previously an associate with Fish & Richardson. Prior to rejoining the firm, he was Patent Counsel at Ericsson, where he managed LTE and LTE-A standards essential patent portfolios, and a patent attorney at Patent Capital Group. Rishi was also a founder, director, and patent attorney at Alliance IP.

During law school, Rishi was an intern in the IP and informatics group of CAMBIA in Canberra, Australia, and served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Michael J. Davis of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.

Prior to practicing law, Rishi was a research and development engineer at Zyvex Corp. in Richardson, Texas, where he was involved in several different nanotechnology-related projects. He was a visiting research fellow for the Intelligent Polymer Research Institute at the University of Wollongong in Wollongong, Australia, and was also employed by Alcatel USA as a full-time co-op in the access technology division.

Publications

“The Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Patent Landscape,” Rishi Gupta, Kimberlynn Davis, Christopher Ramsey, Andrew Meunier, & Kelly Kordzik, 6 Nanotechnology Law & Business (Issue 3, 2009).

“Gene Therapy Oversight: Lessons for Nanobiotechnology,” Susan M. Wolf, Rishi Gupta, and Peter Kohlhepp, 37 J. Law, Medicine & Ethics 659 (2009).

“Introduction to In-Situ Nanomanipulation for Nanomaterials Engineering,” with R.E. Stallcup, Scanning Microscopy for Nanotechnology, 192 (Springer 2007).

“Reversible Transport Characteristics of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes in Free Space,” with R.E. Stallcup and M. in het Panhuis, Nanotechnology, 16, 1707-1711 (2005).

“Nanomanipulation and Aggregation Limits of Self-Assembling Structural Proteins,” with B.E. Layton, S.M. Sullivan, J.J. Palermo, G.J. Buzby, and R.E. Stallcup, MicroElectronics Journal, 36, 7, 644-649 (2005).

“Nanomanipulation of Individual Carbon Nanotubes,” with T. Cavanah and M. in het Panhuis, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 10, 2, 26-27 (Supp. 2 2004).

“Nano Patterning and Manipulation of Genetically Engineered Virus Nanoblocks,” with M.J. Kim, M. in het Panhuis, A.S. Blum, B.R. Ratna, B.E. Gnade, and R. Wallace, Microscopy and Microanalysis, 10, 26-27 (Supp. 2 2004).

“High Enhancement Factor Gold Films for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,” with W.A. Weimer, Chemical Physics Letters, 374, 302-306 (2003).

“Preparation and Characterization of Surface Plasmon Resonance Tunable Gold and Silver Films,” with M.J. Dyer and W.A. Weimer, Journal of Applied Physics, 92, 9, 5264-5271 (2002).

Focus Areas
Education

J.D. cum laude, University of Minnesota Law School (2008) Managing Editor, Minnesota Law Review


M.S., Applied Physics, University of Texas at Dallas (2005)


B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin (2001)

Admissions
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2009
  • Texas 2008
  • Minnesota 2009
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota
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