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Andrew Devkar’s practice focuses on intellectual property matters, with an emphasis on patent litigation. Andrew litigates complex patent infringement cases in district courts throughout the US, before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and before the International Trade Commission. He has represented clients in a wide range of industries, including software and Internet technologies, wireless and networking technologies, digital camera design and operation, mobile phones, semiconductors, printer technologies, image sensors, LEDs, and a broad range of other consumer electronics and software.
Andrew has been repeatedly recognized as a “Super Lawyer” and “Rising Star” for intellectual property litigation by Super Lawyers magazine. Andrew’s experience also includes general IP counseling and monetization, patent prosecution and licensing, and trade secret matters.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Andrew was a partner at another leading global firm. He also has experience counseling for and working in start-up companies, including for capitalization, intellectual property protection and enforcement, branding, and other business strategy.
Andrew’s practice also includes pro bono work, including for the Alliance for Children’s Rights, where he has worked to protect the rights of impoverished and abused children.
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Intellectual Property, Law360 (2019)
Member, Litigation Department of the Year–Intellectual Property, The American Lawyer (2019)
Recognized, Intellectual Property Litigation, Super Lawyers (2017–2019)
Rising Star, Intellectual Property Litigation, Super Lawyers (2010, 2011, 2013–2016)
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
US District Court for the Central District of California
US District Court for the Northern District of California
US District Court for the Southern District of California
US Patent and Trademark Office
University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2003, Juris Doctor
Stanford University, 2000, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science