Usha Parker focuses her practice on all aspects of patent prosecution related to electrical and mechanical technologies.

Usha’s areas of technical experience include wireless communication, autonomous vehicles, automotive sensor and processing systems, neural networks and neural network applications, semiconductors, integrated circuit design, aircraft and space systems, and software.

Prior to beginning her law career, Usha worked as an electrical engineer at Motorola and at a Navy lab in areas including satellite and cellular telephony, radar systems, and missile fuses.

  • Vice Chair, Electronics and Computer Law Committee (ECLC), American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) – 2021 – present
  • Chair, Preparation and Prosecution Subcommittee of ECLC – 2020-2021

Member of Tau Beta Pi (engineering), Eta Kappa Nu (electrical engineering), and Kappa Mu Epsilon (mathematics) honor societies

Other Publications: 

  • Chapter 4: Patents in Electronic Commerce in Internet Law for the Business Lawyer, Juliet M. Moringiello, ed. (2nd ed. 2012) (Nguyen and Parker) 

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Usha Parker focuses her practice on all aspects of patent prosecution related to electrical and mechanical technologies.

Usha’s areas of technical experience include wireless communication, autonomous vehicles, automotive sensor and processing systems, neural networks and neural network applications, semiconductors, integrated circuit design, aircraft and space systems, and software.

Prior to beginning her law career, Usha worked as an electrical engineer at Motorola and at a Navy lab in areas including satellite and cellular telephony, radar systems, and missile fuses.

  • Vice Chair, Electronics and Computer Law Committee (ECLC), American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) – 2021 – present
  • Chair, Preparation and Prosecution Subcommittee of ECLC – 2020-2021

Member of Tau Beta Pi (engineering), Eta Kappa Nu (electrical engineering), and Kappa Mu Epsilon (mathematics) honor societies

Other Publications: 

  • Chapter 4: Patents in Electronic Commerce in Internet Law for the Business Lawyer, Juliet M. Moringiello, ed. (2nd ed. 2012) (Nguyen and Parker)