-Mr. Basit recently took over a trademark portfolio from another law firm.  In due course, Mr. Basit successfully obtained trademark registrations for several trademark applications in the portfolio.

-Mr. Basit took over a patent application from another law firm.  The patent application had signification deficiencies and was not meeting the client's expectations.  Mr. Basit was able to draft and file a completely new patent application within one week of the initial consultation with the client.

-Mr. Basit drafted an operating agreement for a LLC.  The operating agreement takes into consideration various intellectual property issues regarding trade secret, patent, and copyright matters. 

-At a previous law firm, Mr. Basit took over a case that had been given a final rejection by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.  Mr. Basit wrote an appeal brief that resulted in the withdrawal of the final rejection.

-At a previous law firm, Mr. Basit took over a case that been given a final rejection, relating to a business method patent, by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.  After submitting an Appeal Brief, the Examiner reversed his decision and allowed the case.

-At a previous law firm, Mr. Basit took over a case, relating to software, that had been rejected as being directed to ineligible patent subject matter.  Mr. Basit amended the claims which resulted in the Examiner reversing his decision and allowing the case.

-At a previous law firm, Mr. Basit conducted an invalidity analysis of a competitor's patent against a client of the firm.  Mr. Basit was successful in finding a single reference to invalidate all the independent claims in the competitor's patent.

-At a previous law firm, Mr. Basit responded to a cease-and-desist letter demanding that a client stop using its trade name as it allegedly infringed on a trademark.  As a result of Mr. Basit's response, no further action was taken against the client.

(Disclaimer: Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome)