Rupak Nag began his career in 1995 as an intellectual property litigator at Silicon Valley law firms focusing on software, computer, and Internet-related patents. Over the last 15 years he has focused on advising and protecting IP for entrepreneurs, emerging growth technology companies, and multinationals. Mr. Nag has drafted and prosecuted over 300 US and foreign patent applications in software and hardware technologies. Most recently he worked as senior counsel for a mobile security software company in San Francisco where he built the entire patent portfolio to over 50 issued and pending US and foreign patent applications in embedded security, mobile device and application security, and in the Internet of Things (IOT) fields.

Mr. Nag has worked closely with CTOs and Engineering teams to ensure strategic and comprehensive IP protection and has collaborated with product teams to align IP protection with a company’s flagship services and products. Some of Mr. Nag’s areas of technical and IP experience include a wide array of software and Internet technologies, including human-computer interaction (HCI) design/volumetric computing, interactive TV and digital media services, mobile device and application security, anti-malware software, online advertising, online gaming, and encryption.
Mr. Nag is of counsel to de la Peña & Holiday in his capacity as an attorney at Kwan & Olynick LLP

 

Academic Credentials

J.D., Fordham University School of Law (1994)
B.S., Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science, Computer Science (1987)

Admission

State Bar of California
Registered practitioner with United States Patent and Trademark Office