Mr. Salehi has been a patent attorney since the twentieth century. He attended Western New England University School of Law from 1995-1998, where he was a member and the managing editor of the law review. Upon graduating magna cum laude, Mr. Salehi had the privilege of serving as a judicial clerk for Honorable Justices David M. Borden and Flemming L. Norcott of the Connecticut Supreme Court. After clerkship, Mr. Salehi joined the corporate and commercial practice of Murtha, Cullina, Richter & Pinney (Murtha Cullina), in Hartford, Connecticut, where he focused in intellectual property matters. Mr. Salehi’s current practice is focused on counseling and patent procurement in a variety of technologies including semiconductor devices, materials, optics, manufacturing machinery, e-commerce, medical devices, consumer products, oil & gas extraction, automotive and audio technologies.
Virginia Tech, B.S., Engineering
Western New England University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
New York Bar
District of Columbia Bar
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office