Tuhin Ganguly is a partner in the Intellectual Property Department of Pepper Hamilton. Mr. Ganguly focuses his practice on patent litigation, with a particular emphasis on Section 337 investigation before the U.S. International Trade Commission. Mr. Ganguly has experience in a wide variety of technologies including digital imaging technology, mobile applications, web applications, digital signal processing (optical and audio), integrated circuit technologies, LED technology, biotechnology and medical devices. He has litigated cases before the U.S.I.T.C and in federal court involving mobile phones, laptops, digital music equipment, optical disk drives, integrated circuits, lighting devices, graphics processors, medical devices and automotive components.
In addition to patent litigation, Mr. Ganguly has experience prosecuting patent applications, performing portfolio evaluations, rendering validity and infringement opinions, licensing technologies, and providing strategic counseling to clients with regard to their intellectual property.
Beyond his intellectual property work, Mr. Ganguly dedicates time to landlord tenant, social security, and juvenile immigration pro bono matters.
Before joining Pepper Hamilton, Mr. Ganguly was an associate in the Intellectual Property Group in the Washington, D.C. office of Bingham McCutchen LLP. He was formerly a protein biochemist for a multinational agricultural corporation and, while in law school, was the intellectual property administrator for a therapeutics start-up.