Tim Chheda

Senior Associate


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281.825.5235 | tim@kipatents.com+

Education

• B.S., Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
• J.D., The John Marshall Law School

Honors and Judicial Experience

• Finalist and Best Brief, Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition
• Intern, Hons. John T. Wooldridge, Jesse G. Reyes, William G. Pillegi

Admissions and Affiliations

• Houston Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA)
• State Bar of Texas (SBOT)
• United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)


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Tim’s Background

Tim specializes in the electrical and mechanical arts with an emphasis on oil and gas technology. He has substantial experience in domestic and foreign patent prosecution, patent litigation, copyright registration, trademark registration, agreements, mergers and acquisitions, open source attribution, licensing and other transactional work.

After earning his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from The University of Texas at Austin, Tim attended Chicago's John Marshall Law School, which is nationally recognized for its intellectual property program. While at John Marshall, Tim was managing editor of The Review of Intellectual Property Law. He also was a finalist and won best brief in the Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition. Tim interned for The Honorable John T. Wooldridge, The Honorable Jesse G. Reyes and The Honorable William G. Pillegi.

Tim's published work includes: "Intellectual Property Implications in a Virtual Reality Environment," 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 483 (2005); and "A Handy List: Comparison of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct with the Patent Rules of Ethics," 5 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 477 (2006).