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Sanjay Prasad

About Sanjay Prasad

Sanjay has practiced at the forefront of technology and intellectual property for over twenty years. He is experienced in all business and legal aspects of intellectual property from developing IP strategy for senior management to execution of the strategy, including patent portfolio development, deal development and negotiation and monetization. Sanjay has practiced in law firms in Boston and Silicon Valley, served as chief patent counsel to Oracle Corporation, headed up the India office of IPVALUE Management and served in several senior roles at Intellectual Ventures. Sanjay has been repeatedly recognized by Intellectual Asset Management Magazine as one of the world’s leading IP strategists. He has testified before a U.S. Congressional Subcommittee on hearings that led to passage of §19 of The America Invents Act. Sanjay is an Associate Professor of Law in the Intellectual Property Law Program at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Sanjay is also a frequent speaker on topics pertaining to IP law and has served in leadership capacities on several IP association boards. Sanjay is admitted to practice in California, Massachusetts, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and various federal courts. Sanjay earned his law degree from Syracuse University College of Law where he was an editor of the Syracuse Law Review. He also earned a Masters in Computer Engineering and a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, both from Boston University.

Google Supreme Court Case

The Oracle v Google Saga: Copyrightability and Fair Use in Computer Programming

In 2021, the Supreme Court permitted Google’s use of 11,500 lines of Oracle-owned code as fair use and ended a saga in copyright law.

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