A staunch advocate for his clients, Ravi has a proven track record of successfully representing high tech companies in high-stakes litigation. Ravi focuses his practice on patent and licensing disputes and efficiently and effectively oversees major litigation portfolios, delivering results on time and on budget.
Ravi has expertise in a variety of technologies, including cloud computing, natural language processing, video decoding, e-commerce, and software and hardware design. He pairs this knowledge with clear and concise prose to effectively communicate technical issues.
Committed to providing his clients with effective and efficient dispute resolution strategies, Ravi has experience with all aspects of litigation, including summary judgment, trial and appeal. He has successfully defended clients in jurisdictions throughout the country, including the Northern District of California, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, District of Delaware, and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals, and has also represented clients in Section 337 investigations instituted by the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Ravi’s active pro bono practice is a testament to his commitment to serving others. He has received recognition for his contributions to the case Pineida v. Lee, et al., and for his work on behalf of victims of domestic abuse.
Ravi served as a law clerk of the Honorable Jon S. Tigar of the Northern District of California as well as an extern for the Honorable Judge Charles R. Breyer of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and as a legal intern for Cisco Systems.