SHUBHAM MUKHERJEE joined the firm in 2009 and has experience in cases involving operating systems, video codecs, complex software systems, and web browsers.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. There, his research work included adaptive beamforming algorithms for antenna arrays. His projects focused on signal processing, including programming a digital signal processor at the assembly level for image and video processing applications and implementing speech recognition algorithms.
Mr. Mukherjee also has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT, he worked in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, focusing on wireless communications. His research was directed to resource allocation algorithms, including power control and rate control, for mobile devices in decentralized wireless networks.
Mr. Mukherjee is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Examples of Mr. Mukherjee’s prior cases include:
- Motorola Mobility Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., Inv. No. 337-TA-752 (ITC, filed Nov. 22, 2010) (Shaw, ALJ) – Represented Microsoft in patent litigation involving video codecs. Bench trial in 2012.
- Microsoft Corp. v. Motorola Mobility Inc., Inv. No. 337-TA-744 (ITC, filed Oct. 1, 2010) (Essex, ALJ) – Represented Microsoft in patent litigation involving operating system kernel file systems. Bench trial in 2011.
- Eolas Techs. Inc. v. Adobe Sys. Inc., et al., No. 09-cv-446 (E.D. Tex., filed Oct. 6, 2009) (J. Davis) – Represented Apple in patent litigation involving web browser technology. Client settled in 2011.
- Business Logic Holding Corp. v. Ibbotson Associates, Inc. and Morningstar, Inc., No. 09-CH-46687 (Illinois Circuit Court of Cook County, Chancery, filed Nov. 20, 2009) (Valderrama, J.) – Represent Morningstar, Inc., a financial data and advice provider, in trade secret and contract litigation involving complex software system for generating financial advice for retirement plan participants. Pending.
- Motorola Mobility Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., No. 11-CV-01408 (W.D. Wa., filed Nov. 10, 2010) (Robart, J.) – Represent Microsoft in patent litigation involving operating system scheduling and task management. Pending.
- Microsoft Corp. v. Motorola Mobility Inc., No. 11-00595 (W.D. Wa., filed Dec. 23, 2010) (Robart, J.) – Represent Microsoft in patent litigation involving flash memory hardware and software. Pending.