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Prateek R. Peereddy



Prateek helps protect his clients’ technological innovations by filing and prosecuting patent applications. He is experienced in conducting clearance and patentability searches for a diverse group of Fortune 1000 and Fortune 500 clients.

Clients benefit from Prateek’s tactical patent counseling, which is amplified by his technical training as an electrical engineer and a clear understanding of the technological components of individual client inventions. 

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Prateek worked as a summer associate at Michael Best, assisting firm lawyers in prosecuting patents, conducting patentability and clearance search analyses, and preparing responses to Office Actions from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). He was also a summer associate for an intellectual property firm in North Carolina. Prateek also worked for a multi-national technology services provider as an intern in project management and release engineering.


Prateek has:

  • Filed patent applications for mobile radio solutions hardware and software for a Fortune 500 data communications and telecommunications equipment provider
  • Conducted patentability analysis and prepared and prosecuted patent applications for a Fortune 1000 mining equipment manufacturer client’s mining technologies
  • Provided clearance analysis and prepared and prosecuted patent applications for power tool technologies for a manufacturer of heavy-duty power tools
  • Provided clearance analysis and prosecuted patent applications for outdoor tool technologies developed by an electronics industry client
  • Conducted patentability analysis and prepared patent applications for manufacturing and programming semiconductor and dielectric based Microelectromechanical systems and storage devices (e.g., RRAMs)

Professional Activities

  • Member, American Bar Association




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