Peter Dichiara focuses his practice on obtaining and enforcing intellectual property rights, with an emphasis on the electronics, communications, storage and computer industries. He has litigated patents and trade secrets relating to communication systems, computer software, storage systems, digital cameras, electronic security, hard disk drive testing technology, wireless communications, electronic circuits, optoelectronics and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. He has advised clients with regard to post-grant patent proceedings, complex prosecution and portfolio strategy. Mr. Dichiara has provided pro bono services through the Community Enterprise Project of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School.
Mentor, Boston University School of Law students since 1994
JD, cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 1993; BS, summa cum laude, Computer Engineering, Boston University, 1985