Ahmadshahi Law Offices
provides services in all areas of Intellectual Property
, including the procurement and licensing of Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights
. They devote their practice to helping inventors, entrepreneurs, and business professionals protect their important ideas and innovations.
Ahmadshahi Law Offices has been helping clients throughout Orange County and all over the world with complex intellectual property issues, startup protection, and as in-house counsel for those who don’t want to worry about protecting their intellectual property.
Areas of Practice
Principal, Michael M. Ahmadshahi Ph.D., Esq.
- Copyrights and Trademarks
- Trade Secrets
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is among the best and most thorough Intellectual Property
attorneys. He has over 20 years of first-hand experience researching, writing, and filing patents. His firm has facilitated over 150 worldwide patents, in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Australia.
- Prior to the practice of law, Mr. Ahmadshahi used his PhD in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
to serve as staff scientist at C.E. Niehoff & Co., a defense contractor which manufactures state-of-the-art generators for military vehicles. He also served as a Research Engineer with the University of California, San Diego in the areas of Optics and Mechanical Engineering, developing laser-based optical techniques for evaluation of advanced materials under high-impact dynamic loads. He has been granted 3 United States Patents
Mr. Ahmadshahi has experience in the prosecution of patent applications in the fields of electrical, optical, mechanical, electro-mechanical, opto-electronic devices, circuits, nanotechnology, business methods, and computer programs.
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