Nirajan M. Singh focuses his practice on patent preparation, prosecution, counseling, and portfolio management. Nirajan has prepared and prosecuted patent applications across a wide range of technologies, including mobile device applications, mapping and navigational services, location-based technologies, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, semiconductors, social networking, and user interfaces (UI). He has extensive experience collaborating with startups to Fortune 500 companies in building robust patent portfolios.
Prior to joining BoMc, Nirajan worked with an IP boutique law firm in Virginia. During his law school years in India, Nirajan was the associate editor for Indian Journal for Intellectual Property Law and was a guest contributor to Spicyip, a renowned portal that reports on Indian IP laws. Nirajan was invited by MIT to their race and technology conference where he presented his paper titled “The Fair, the Dark and the Ugly: Mediating the interests of Technology, Business, and Societies in Third World Economies.” While at UC Berkeley School of Law, Nirajan was the associate editor for Berkeley Technology Law Journal, and a recipient of the Law and Technology Certificate.
Nirajan is fluent in Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, and Newari.
* Admitted only in New York. Practice limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies.
- Argued before the Federal Circuit in Butler v. Balkamp Inc., No. 14-1852 (Fed. Cir. 2015).
- Supervised a team that managed international patent portfolios for Fortune 500 companies.
- Obtained a favorable resolution in a patent infringement case involving online game technology.
- New York
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- George Mason University, The Volgenau School of Engineering, Master of Software Engineering, 2020
- The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, Masters of law (LL. M), 2011
- NALSAR University of Law, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), 2009
- Co-author, “Hawala Financing: An Aid to Terrorism,” 4 NALSAR Student Law Review 108.
- Co-author, “Conflicting interests in drug pricing: Innovation vs. social needs,” CURRENT SCIENCE, Vol. 94, No. 2, pp. 168-169.
- Co-author and Co-presenter, “The Fair, the Dark and the Ugly: Mediating the Interest of The Third World Economies,” Race and Technology Conference, MIT.