Associate / Washington, D.C. Metro Office
Dedicated to helping inventors and entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life as valuable, marketable products, Sepanta is meticulous in his research into intellectual property and works to ensure his clients are well informed and prepared as they progress through the patent prosecution process.
Sepanta’s practice at HarnessIP is focused on developing strategies that enable his clients to successfully develop and protect their intellectual property. He provides proactive counsel for a variety of clients, including inventors, as they bring their creations to fruition. His thorough research dovetails with product invention experience to ensure successful patent protection strategies.
Sepanta is particularly interested in image processing, semiconductors, and consumer product safety. He assists with all aspects of patent prosecution, including prior art searches, application administration, specification requirements, claims research, abstract drafting and inclusion of necessary drawings and their descriptions.
Sepanta recently earned his J.D. from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. While in law school, he externed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, focusing on patent matters for signals, systems, and robotics. He has reviewed patent applications, conducted prior art searches and §103 rejections for individual patent applications. He has experience testing and implementing software defined radio systems and parsing in-phase and quadrature data for GPS paths. He has also developed an autonomous testing method/setup for software defined radio systems using signal analyzer and signal generators.
Awards & Distinctions
Catholic University Honors Program, 2019
- Farsi (speaking)
A lifelong learner, Sepanta constantly seeks exposure to new ideas and technologies. He is a native of and lives in Great Falls, Virginia.
J.D., George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, 2022
B.S., cum laude, Electrical Engineering, Catholic University of America, 2019