Raymond R. Tabandeh is a Partner in Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s Intellectual Property practice group. With extensive experience in domestic and international intellectual property law, multiple electrical engineering degrees and an MBA, Raymond specializes in helping clients with cybersecurity and Internet IP law, including privacy and website policies, drafting of various license agreements, due diligence of intellectual property portfolios, freedom-to-operate opinion letters, and trademark prosecution and opposition.
Raymond also provides patent counseling, prosecution, and licensing for clients in the following fields: computer-based gaming, business methods counseling and protection of related intellectual property rights, computer software and hardware, data and network security using various encryption/decryption methods and digital signatures, due diligence and evaluation of intellectual property portfolios; freedom-to-operate opinion letters, electronics and telecommunications, evaluation of emerging high technologies.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Raymond was an engineering software manager and a senior hardware design engineer for Xerox Corporation. At K&R Investment Group, as a principal, he negotiated and structured deals, conducted due diligence and appraisals, and developed business plans, for acquisition of mid-size manufacturing companies. He was also a visiting lecturer in the School of Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles.