Sam Hayim focuses his practice on patent counseling and prosecution in the software and electronic arts, in particular software development frameworks, control systems, and telecommunications.
Sam joined the firm as a law clerk in September of 2016 after spending the summer as a summer associate. He worked on patent prosecution in the software and electrical arts while attending law school.
Prior to joining the firm, Sam was Patent Examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia for more than seven years where he assessed patent applications within the software and electrical engineering fields.
Sam was recognized as a 2019 Washington D.C. “Rising Star” for Intellectual Property by Super Lawyers magazine.
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Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (2017)
University of Arizona, B.S., Computer Engineering, Minors in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering (2008)
District of Columbia (2017)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2016)
American Bar Association (2015)
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), Member (2015)
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