Tarik M. Nabi, Ph.D., JD, has a background in scientific research and is a patent attorney having experience with numerous technologies, including chemical engineering, electrochemistry, materials science, semiconductor manufacturing, image processing, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, computer software, and telecommunications. He has lectured and supervised training seminars for technology companies and law firms, U.S. and foreign, on various aspects of patent practice.
After spending a career in private practice as a patent attorney, Tarik now specializes in consulting early, mid-stage, and mature technology companies to enhance their valuations and monetize IP portfolios by determining white spaces and charting IP policy to exploit them.
Tarik graduated with a Ph.D. in Electrochemistry from the George Washington University in 1999, and received his law degree from The George Mason University School of Law in 2008. He is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Tarik is fluent in French, frequently travels to France and other European countries, and is also a member of the French-American Chamber of Commerce.