Naman Seth prepares and prosecutes patent applications for clients from a wide range of industries including circuit design, media guidance systems, electronic payment devices, disease diagnostics, and computer networks. Prior to starting a career in patent law, Naman received his B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University. Naman has experience in embedded systems, circuits and web development. Naman also has experience interning as a quality assurance engineer writing automation scripts to test GUI and back-end database management software for an engineering firm specializing in database management.
In addition to patent prosecution, Naman has helped patent attorneys conduct pre-litigation analysis and investigations relating to IP transactions.