He has prepared and prosecuted domestic and foreign patent applications related to wireless technologies including UMTS, LTE, LTE-A and IoT related standards, computer hardware and software including cache, computer architecture, and graphics processing, light emitting device design and fabrication, set-top box hardware and software, wearable technologies, medical devices, food and drink packaging, electro-optics, electronic component design and manufacturing, mobile devices, medical devices, semiconductor manufacturing and fuel cell optimization for electric vehicles.
He has counseled clients on licensing agreements, patent portfolio strategies, due diligence and assertion efforts. He has drafted licensing agreements, development agreements, letters of intent, non-disclosure agreements and other related documentation. Mr. Huq previously worked as in-house counsel at a large research and development company. He brings both in-house and private practice perspectives to all matters.
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Huq worked as radar systems engineer at a large multi-national corporation. He worked on the development of the AEGIS Weapons system and was a lead engineer for the development and evaluation of specific subsystems of the weapons system.
“Intellectual Property Agreements: Are You Managing Your Rights?”, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 1, 2009; A. Huq, D. Goldberg, T. Meagher
Design Patents: Part of a Complete IP Portfolio, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, September 2008
(Jonathan M. Darcy, Abhik A. Huq), reprinted at www.IPFrontline.com.
Quanta Computer v. LG Electronics and Patent Exhaustion, www.gibbonslaw.com, June 18, 2008
(Jonathan M. Darcy, Abhik A. Huq)
Interviewed in “Trade Secrets: The Silent Tools of Success,” New Jersey Business , June 2007