Amara Osisioma works on a wide range of intellectual property matters, including litigating patent disputes, representing clients in inter partes reviews and assisting in the assessment of intellectual property assets as part of due diligence in an M&A deal. She has defended clients in patent infringement suits against both individual inventors and corporate competitors.
Ms. Osisioma has experience in electrical engineering, software engineering and hardware engineering, including various aspects of computer architecture. She uses this experience to develop a deep understanding of the technology at issue in each representation.
Ms. Osisioma has experience in both bench and jury trials and second-chaired a jury trial in a pro bono matter.
Prior to law school, Ms. Osisioma worked for close to five years as a Program Manager in the Windows Core Operating System Division, at Microsoft Corporation, where she owned various features within the operating system and managed a team to deliver those features across several Windows’ releases.
- Defended a corporate client in the Automatic Content Recognition industry in a patent litigation matter.
- Defended a chip manufacturer against claims of patent infringement.
- Defended a major home security services company in a patent dispute with one of its major competitors.
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