November 16, 2020
BOSTON – Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Boston Partner Reza Mollaaghababa will be recognized for a patent he co-invented for Rite Taste, LLC, now Graphene DX, on November 17, 2020 at the 10th Annual Invented Here! Awards sponsored by the Boston Patent Law Association and the Boston Museum of Science.
Mollaaghababa will be joined by inventors, Mohammad Taslim, Mohammed Fotouhi, Mehdi Abedi and Edward Greenfield.
The patent covers a point-of-care diagnostic device for detecting pathogens within minutes. Graphene DX is working to commercialize the device in the next few months, according to Mollaghaababa.
Mollaaghababa focuses on all aspects of intellectual property law, including preparation and prosecution of patent and trademark applications and preparation of patentability, infringement, validity, and clearance opinions. He has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in diverse fields of technology, such as photonics/optics, nanotechnology, medical devices, semiconductor processing, lithography, telecommunications, magnetic resonance, and computer hardware and software.
He works with well-established companies, emerging companies, and academic institutions to identify and protect their intellectual property. He provides clients with strategic counseling, including licensing as well as formation and management of intellectual property portfolios.
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