Harnik Shukla is a partner in the firm’s Orange County office.
Mr. Shukla practices intellectual property law, with a focus on patent prosecution and inter partes review (IPR). He has worked on a diverse set of technologies including:
- Medical Devices, including patient monitors such as pulse oximeters, depth of consciousness EEG monitors, and respiration monitors.
- GI Pill Electronics.
- Signal Processing Technologies, including respiration rate measurements from acoustic sensors and optical sensors.
- Network Management and Communication Systems, including gateways, MIMO, and time-domain multiplexing technologies.
- Software Applications, including liver disease detection system, web-analytics, search recommendation engines, media hub, referral system, mobile apps system.
- Optoelectronic Devices and Nanotechnologies, including MEMS displays, OLED displays, quantum dot nanocrystals, solar cells, and photodetectors.
- Wireless Energy Transfer Technologies.
During law school, Mr. Shukla served as a Senior Editor of the UC Irvine Law Review. Mr. Shukla worked as a summer associate at the firm in 2011 and joined the firm in 2012.
Judicial Extern for Judge Josephine Tucker (Central District of California)
Co-author, "Attack on software patents in the United States," Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law, Newsletter of the International Bar Association Legal Practice Division, Vol. 7 Issue 1 (September 2015).
Shukla, Harnik. Conducting Nanocrystal Solids for OptoElectronic Devices. Master's thesis. University of Toronto (2008).
Speeches & Seminars
Panelist, "Is U.S. in Violation of TRIPS by Restricting Patent Subject Matter Eligibility?," 8th Global IP Convention 2016, Delhi, India (January 7, 2016).
Panelist, "Licensing Patents in the Wake of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Patent Eligibility," 7th Global IP Convention 2015, Mumbai, India (January 16, 2015).