Reza Sadr

Patent Counsel

Dr. Reza Sadr focuses on counseling companies of varying sizes in planning and developing their patent portfolios in the U.S. or in foreign countries, and in different high-tech areas such as those related to his educational background in physics or his prior experience as a software engineer. He also assists in litigations involving patent infringement and validity disputes.

Reza has counseled clients, drafted patent applications, or prosecuted such applications in a variety of subjects including mobile devices and their text entry mechanisms, lighting and LED systems, wireless charging, wireless communication, medical devices, packaging, defibrillators, robotics, silicon wafers, semiconductor films, thin film transistors, displays such as 3D displays, printers, audio-video data storage, fault tolerant busses or nodes, opto-electronics, interferometers, optical storage, lasers, audio devices, nano-technology, high frequency circuits, and electrical storage devices such as lead-acid batteries, fuel cells, or solar cells using quantum tunneling.



Suffolk University Law School, J.D., summa cum laude, (2011)

Boston University, Ph.D., Computational & Statistical Physics, (1998)

Northeastern University, M.S., Physics, (1992)

Bar Admissions


U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

125 Years