Domestic and Foreign PatentProsecution, IP Strategy and Due Diligence, Litigation Support, TrademarkProsecution, and Infringement, Non-Infringement, and Validity Opinions
Computer Hardware/Software (e.g. SaS, networks, web servers, inventory management, A/V recording, augmented reality, virtual world, notifications, feature mapping, language translation, social networks, xray imaging circuits, chip design, big data storage infrastructure), support structures, medical devices, containers, gaskets, plasma filters, and repellant devices
Juris Doctor, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California
Bachelor of Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Andrew Mar is an IP attorney with nearly a decade of experience preparing and prosecuting patents, trademarks and copyrights. Andrew specializes in prosecuting patents in the fields of electrical engineering and computer science, including chip design, virtualized computer architecture, SaaS, web-based services and virtual world systems. He provides litigation support for patent and trademark infringement cases, and his extensive experience allows him to provide clients with strategic guidance and targeted solutions for their individual portfolio needs.
Andrew received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, where he also minored in Computer Science. He earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California and the USPTO. Andrew’s industry experience includes working as a technology specialist and software engineer –developing software SDK kits, working on high-level tech support and consulting – and low-level tech support to develop software bug fixes to resolve issues. His experience in computer software, coupled with his knowledge of IP law, has provided him an advanced understanding of client needs.
Prior to joining Klein, O’Neill, & Singh, LLP, Andrew was an IP attorney with Fish IP Law, LLP. Prior to his law firm experience, he worked for Computer Associates in their Backup and Recovery division.
Central District of California
Supreme Court of California
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit