Aarti focuses her practice on patent litigation and has extensive experience as trial counsel. Leveraging her insider’s view gained during her time spent as a senior investigative attorney in the US International Trade Commission (ITC), Aarti helps her clients develop and implement effective ITC strategies. She is frequently invited to write and comment on ITC litigation matters.
Aarti focuses her practice on patent litigation and has extensive experience as trial counsel, having served in the US International Trade Commission (ITC) as a senior investigative attorney prior to joining Mintz. During her tenure at the ITC’s Office of Unfair Import Investigations, she served as lead counsel for the federal government in seven trials and in over 25 ITC investigations, covering trade secrets, trademarks, and electrical, computer, mechanical, and chemical patents. She particularly enjoys simplifying technology for judges and juries, devising creative and pragmatic strategies, and working closely with in-house counsel.
Prior to her work with the ITC, Aarti practiced as a patent litigator with an international law firm, where she handled district court litigations relating to computer, electrical, mechanical, and pharmaceutical technologies. She also handled appellate litigation before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and provided counsel on patent portfolios and infringement opinions.
Knockoffs, counterfeits, and fakes cost brand owners like Louis Vuitton, Converse, Red Bull and HP billions, and higher tariffs are expected to make this problem even worse. The International Trade Commission (â€œITC) can provide fas...