Abazar Mireshghi is an Associate in Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s Intellectual Property practice group. He utilizes his knowledge of electrical engineering and computer science to counsel clients regarding patent litigation and prosecution in the areas of digital and analog circuits, semiconductors, mobile electronic devices, wireless communication systems, optical communications and switching systems, solar cells, electric motors, chargers and battery systems, electro-mechanical devices in the transportation industry, MEMS devices, cryptography, and software systems .
Before attending law school, Abazar was an Application Engineer in the power IC division of Vishay Siliconix and a test systems developer at Maxim Integrated Products. He also worked as a graduate research intern at Intel Corporation where he focused on the seamless integration of optical communication links in current copper-laden electronic systems.
Abazar is fluent in Farsi, and in his free time he enjoys painting, drawing, and the outdoors.
- Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP (legacy firm Christie Parker & Hale LLP), Associate, 2012-present
- Jacob Burns Small Business and Community Economic Development Clinic, Legal Fellow, 2012
- Christie Parker & Hale LLP, Summer Associate, 2011
- District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General, Civil Litigation Division, Legal Intern, 2010