INNOVATION, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP LAW
Shahrokh Falati, Ph.D., J.D.
Professor & Director of Programs for Intellectual Property, Tech. Transfer, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Law, Albany Law School
Bio: Shahrokh (Seve) Falati’s area of legal expertise includes Patent Law; Trademark & Unfair Competition Law; Intellectual Property Law; and the interdisciplinary legal fields governing legal representation of entrepreneurs and innovators (aka Entrepreneurship Law). Prof. Falati is the Director of Programs for Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer & Entrepreneurship Law at Albany Law School. Prior to joining the faculty at Albany Law School, for over a decade, Professor Falati worked in private practice, focusing exclusively on representing clients on Intellectual Property Law and related legal matters at two large prominent law firms in New York (Jones Day, and HRFM). He maintains a small private practice. He is admitted to practice law in New York and Massachusetts, before the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and as a registered patent attorney before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.