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Rajvinder Jagdev
Senior Associate

 

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Rajvinder has advised clients on a range of IP matters, particularly in the electronics, telecommunications and computer software sectors.

 

Rajvinder's expertise in computer science and electronics is invaluable in allowing him to quickly grasp and analyse complex technical patents and to hone in on the pertinent details. His in-house experience and general commercial knowledge of the IT and telecommunications fields assists in providing legal advice in a commercial context.

 

As well as involvement in litigation before the UK and European courts, he has had experience in matters before the US International Trade Commission and the United States district courts.

 

Rajvinder has advised clients on the validity and/or infringement of computer software and electronics patents. He has worked on patent cases involving Blu-ray laser technology, mobile telephony standards, mobile data streaming and caching, user interface design and audio-visual network streaming protocols. He has also provided regulatory and data privacy advice to telecommunications and pharmaceutical companies.

 

Raj joined Powell Gilbert in 2011. Raj is a member of AIPPI, IPSoc, LSLA and SCL (Society of Computers and Law).

Contact details

T +44 20 3040 8153
E rajvinder.jagdev@powellgilbert.com

 

Qualifications

2009 Solicitor

 

Education

MSci (Computer Science), University College London

Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, Oxford University

Cases include
  • Rothschild v Samsung (patent - semiconductors)
  • LG v Sony (patent - electronics)
  • Rovi v Virgin Media & TiVo (patent - electronics)
  • HTC v Apple (patent - smart phones)
  • Motorola Mobility & Microsoft (patent - smart phones)
  • Motorola Mobility v BT (patent - electronics)
  • HTC v Gemalto (patent - electronics)
  • S3 v Nokia (patent - computer graphics)
  • Apple v Nokia (patent - digital signal processings)
  • Unwired Planet v Huawei (patents – telecoms)